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Thailand’s Navy to Get Boost with New Patrol Vessels
September 02, 2015
Thailand’s Navy to Get Boost with New Patrol Vessels
Bangkok had procured four new vessels from a local shipyard.
Thailand’s Navy to Get Boost with New Patrol Vessels
Adrift in ASEAN: Tackling Southeast Asia's Migration Challenge
September 02, 2015
Adrift in ASEAN: Tackling Southeast Asia's Migration Challenge
Addressing the problem will require some bold changes.
Adrift in ASEAN: Tackling Southeast Asia's Migration Challenge
Indonesia, Malaysia Step Up Fight Against Piracy
September 02, 2015
Indonesia, Malaysia Step Up Fight Against Piracy
Firmer response comes amid growing concerns about the problem.
Indonesia, Malaysia Step Up Fight Against Piracy
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
September 01, 2015
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
Why “people-centered” should become the core policy of ASEAN’s post-2015 agenda.
Time for a Reevaluation of ASEAN’s Role
Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
September 01, 2015
Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
Malaysia's protests have some colorful parallels in the region.
Southeast Asia’s Color Protests
1 Suspect Arrested, 2 More Sought in Bangkok Bombing
August 31, 2015
1 Suspect Arrested, 2 More Sought in Bangkok Bombing
Two of the suspects are foreigners, believed to be Turkish.
1 Suspect Arrested, 2 More Sought in Bangkok Bombing
Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
August 28, 2015
Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
Uyghurs have become a thorny issue for Thailand and other Southeast Asian nations in their relations with China.
Bangkok Bombing Spotlights Uyghur Woes in Southeast Asia
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
August 27, 2015
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
Countries throughout the region are vulnerable to a slump in China’s economy.
China’s Economic Slowdown Ups Global Risks
Thailand’s Air Force Gets a Boost with New Helicopters
August 27, 2015
Thailand’s Air Force Gets a Boost with New Helicopters
The RTAF receives four EC725 helicopters which will become operational next month.
Thailand’s Air Force Gets a Boost with New Helicopters
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
August 26, 2015
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Responding to the plight of the Rohingya is an international human rights imperative.
Protecting the Rohingya Muslims in Burma
Philippine Nationalism and the South China Sea
August 26, 2015
Philippine Nationalism and the South China Sea
Manila's South China Sea strategy is more about strengthening national unity than changing China’s behavior.
Philippine Nationalism and the South China Sea
Who Will Claim Responsibility for the Recent Bangkok Bombing?
August 26, 2015
Who Will Claim Responsibility for the Recent Bangkok Bombing?
Responsibility, where it has been claimed, has at times lagged actual terrorist attacks.
Who Will Claim Responsibility for the Recent Bangkok Bombing?
A Second Look at the Bangkok Blast
August 25, 2015
A Second Look at the Bangkok Blast
As the Thai police struggle to find new leads in the case, speculation about the perpetrators has been rampant.
A Second Look at the Bangkok Blast
Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?
August 24, 2015
Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?
Collaboration is notably lacking. Here's one approach governments can take.
Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?
Bangkok Bombing’s Economic Fallout
August 22, 2015
Bangkok Bombing’s Economic Fallout
The devastating terror attack could have some serious implications for Thailand’s economy.
Bangkok Bombing’s Economic Fallout
Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?
August 22, 2015
Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?
Superficial rankings should not distract from the significant obstacles the country is yet to overcome.
Is East Timor Now a Rich Country?
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