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A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
July 18, 2014
A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
A now obscure author finds relevance and rebirth at the trial of two former Khmer Rouge leaders.
A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
Asia Fears But Likes China
July 16, 2014
Asia Fears But Likes China
A new Pew survey finds that Asia nations fear a military conflict with China, but still view it favorable.
Asia Fears But Likes China
China and Strategic Imbalance
July 14, 2014
China and Strategic Imbalance
‘This is the decade of power transitions in Asia.’
China and Strategic Imbalance
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
July 08, 2014
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
The threat of losing access to designer retail is not enough to win back Cambodia’s voters for the prime minister.
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
July 07, 2014
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
The success of militants in Iraq may be inspiring radicals in Southeast Asia.
ISIS: A Threat Well Beyond the Middle East
Japan Banking on Southeast Asian Consumers
July 04, 2014
Japan Banking on Southeast Asian Consumers
The region’s growing consumers represent a new avenue for growth as companies shift investment.
Japan Banking on Southeast Asian Consumers
Cambodia's Boxing Girls
July 01, 2014
Cambodia's Boxing Girls
Some young Cambodian women are defying convention by taking up a brutal sport.
Cambodia's Boxing Girls
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
July 01, 2014
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
Australia’s policy of turning back asylum seekers continues to attract controversy.
Australia: The Boats Haven’t Stopped
China-Philippines Duel Over a South China Sea Code of Conduct
June 26, 2014
China-Philippines Duel Over a South China Sea Code of Conduct
Both countries are developing their South China Sea strategies, neither of which has much to do with ASEAN.
China-Philippines Duel Over a South China Sea Code of Conduct
Is the Thai Junta Targeting Cambodian Migrants?
June 26, 2014
Is the Thai Junta Targeting Cambodian Migrants?
The military could be cracking down on illegal migrants as part of a wider program.
Is the Thai Junta Targeting Cambodian Migrants?
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
June 25, 2014
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
The rise of the BJP in India makes the restoration of Nepalese monarchy more likely
Could Nepal Return to Monarchy?
Why Monarchies Are Still Relevant and Useful in the 21st Century
June 24, 2014
Why Monarchies Are Still Relevant and Useful in the 21st Century
Think monarchies are bad? Think again.
Why Monarchies Are Still Relevant and Useful in the 21st Century
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
June 22, 2014
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
The party needs to allow its members to speak freely if it is going to make the reforms it needs to survive.
The Cambodian People’s Party: A Deficit of Leadership
Cambodian Exodus Signals Tough Times with Thai Junta
June 20, 2014
Cambodian Exodus Signals Tough Times with Thai Junta
The Thai military is having difficulty proving this coup is any different from previous incarnations.
Cambodian Exodus Signals Tough Times with Thai Junta
170,000 Panicked Cambodians Flee Thailand
June 17, 2014
170,000 Panicked Cambodians Flee Thailand
Fears of a crackdown on undocumented workers in Thailand have caused a mass exodus of Cambodians.
170,000 Panicked Cambodians Flee Thailand
Cambodia’s Impossible Dream: Koh Tral
June 17, 2014
Cambodia’s Impossible Dream: Koh Tral
History doesn't appear to support claims by the Cambodian opposition to the Vietnamese island of Phu Quoc.
Cambodia’s Impossible Dream: Koh Tral
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