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China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
July 02, 2015
China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
The language of the Overseas NGO Management Law must be amended to protect freedom of expression and association.
China’s Proposed Non-Governmental Organization Law: Cooperation or Coercion?
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
June 29, 2015
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
After a worrying drop in tourism numbers, some European visitors will find it easier to enter Vietnam.
Vietnam Waives Visas, for Some
The Missing Piece in Australia's South China Sea Approach
June 27, 2015
The Missing Piece in Australia's South China Sea Approach
The government needs to give multilateral diplomacy a serious chance.
The Missing Piece in Australia's South China Sea Approach
Under Fire: NGOs Face Increasing Hostility
June 26, 2015
Under Fire: NGOs Face Increasing Hostility
Long accustomed to occupying the moral high ground, NGOs are coming in for increasing criticism.
Under Fire: NGOs Face Increasing Hostility
Why Are India's Warships in Thailand and Cambodia?
June 26, 2015
Why Are India's Warships in Thailand and Cambodia?
Indian vessels visited the two Southeast Asian nations this week as part of India's 'Act East' policy.
Why Are India's Warships in Thailand and Cambodia?
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
June 23, 2015
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
A recent clampdown notwithstanding, there has been little progress in ending human trafficking in the region.
Human Trafficking: Thailand’s Porous Borders
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
June 23, 2015
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
For the first time, China is sending People's Liberation Army troops to exercise Khaan Quest.
A First: China Sends Troops to US-Mongolia-Led Khaan Quest Exercise
Thief or Anti-Colonial Agitator: Who Is Andre Malraux?
June 22, 2015
Thief or Anti-Colonial Agitator: Who Is Andre Malraux?
A new book explains how Andre Malraux became a human rights activist in French Indochina after failing as a thief.
Thief or Anti-Colonial Agitator: Who Is Andre Malraux?
A Tough Year for Southeast Asia's Opposition Parties
June 12, 2015
A Tough Year for Southeast Asia's Opposition Parties
Opposition figures across the region have faltered this year.
A Tough Year for Southeast Asia's Opposition Parties
Cambodia’s Slow Power Transfer Begins with Death of Chea Sim
June 11, 2015
Cambodia’s Slow Power Transfer Begins with Death of Chea Sim
The passing of a key political figure could signal the start of positioning for the next generation.
Cambodia’s Slow Power Transfer Begins with Death of Chea Sim
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
June 11, 2015
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
With all the talk about China’s investment clout in Southeast Asia, another player is being overlooked.
Asia’s Infrastructure Investment Battle
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
June 10, 2015
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
A look ahead at Vientiane's upcoming ASEAN chairmanship next year.
Can Laos Lead ASEAN in 2016?
Powering Cambodia’s Economy
June 08, 2015
Powering Cambodia’s Economy
The country needs innovative solutions to make good its energy deficit.
Powering Cambodia’s Economy
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
June 08, 2015
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
A new photo-book catalogs Cambodia’s growth and transition, painting a complex picture of progress.
Is Cambodia’s Evolution Just a Mirage on the Mekong?
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
June 03, 2015
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
Much has changed since 2007, when FTA talks were first attempted.
Time to Revisit an ASEAN-EU FTA?
China's Cookie-Cutter Shangri-La Speech
June 02, 2015
China's Cookie-Cutter Shangri-La Speech
The Chinese representative's speech at the Shangri-La Dialogue is exactly what we expected.
China's Cookie-Cutter Shangri-La Speech
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