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Will Islamic State Cripple the Pivot?
November 13, 2014
Will Islamic State Cripple the Pivot?
America’s inability to stop fighting in the Middle East has serious implications for its Asia policy.
Will Islamic State Cripple the Pivot?
With Aplomb and Relief Cambodia Brings Its Water Festival Back
November 10, 2014
With Aplomb and Relief Cambodia Brings Its Water Festival Back
Held for the first time since a tragic crush killed hundreds, this year the festival passed without incident.
With Aplomb and Relief Cambodia Brings Its Water Festival Back
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
November 08, 2014
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
Rich countries like Australia are not pulling their weight when it comes to hosting the world’s displaced.
Australia Must Do Its Fair Share on Refugees
UN Hopes to End Statelessness Must Focus on ASEAN
November 06, 2014
UN Hopes to End Statelessness Must Focus on ASEAN
Some of the world’s most marginalized people live on the periphery in Southeast Asia.
UN Hopes to End Statelessness Must Focus on ASEAN
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
November 03, 2014
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
Can Cambodia’s nascent environmental movement save the pristine Areng Valley from a Chinese dam?
Cambodia’s Environment: Good News in Areng Valley?
The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics
October 31, 2014
The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics
The ruling elite can no longer simply ignore the opinions of the Cambodian public.
The Rise of Public Opinion in Cambodia’s Politics
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
October 31, 2014
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
Tasked with conducting a feasibility study for a bourse in Laos, the KRX apparently couldn’t resist a little copy and paste.
Korean Exchange Accused of Plagiarizing Cambodian Report
The Plight of Cambodia’s Khmer Krom Community
October 30, 2014
The Plight of Cambodia’s Khmer Krom Community
Ethnic Khmer from South Vietnam are seeking an apology and recognition, to little avail.
The Plight of Cambodia’s Khmer Krom Community
Interview: Sebastian Strangio
October 30, 2014
Interview: Sebastian Strangio
The Diplomat’s Luke Hunt speaks with the author of Hun Sen’s Cambodia.
Interview: Sebastian Strangio
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
October 25, 2014
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
With the focus on Joko in Indonesia, Malaysia's crackdown on the opposition is receiving little attention.
Malaysia’s Growing Climate of Repression Gets Ignored
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
October 22, 2014
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
One of the last regional bulwarks of democracy is showing signs of slipping.
What Indonesia’s Regional Election Bill Means for ASEAN
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
October 20, 2014
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Can ASEAN members join forces on defense procurement? It’s more complex than it seems.
The South China Sea and Joint Defense Procurement
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
October 18, 2014
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
The mysteries of the missing flight create doubts that will continue to plague the Najib government.
Malaysia’s Reputation Hinges on MH370, Not on UNSC or Terrorists
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
October 17, 2014
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
ASEAN navies are rapidly acquiring amphibious capabilities. Their intentions, however, remain unclear.
Southeast Asia's Emerging Amphibious Forces
Thailand: Murder in the Land of Smiles
October 10, 2014
Thailand: Murder in the Land of Smiles
The country’s tourism sector is taking a hit following a high-profile murder case and a bungled police response.
Thailand: Murder in the Land of Smiles
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
October 07, 2014
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
Why China is having trouble overcoming suspicions about its motives in Cambodia.
Cambodia-China Relations: Overcoming the Trust Deficit
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