Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
January 30, 2015
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
Surveys suggest his popularity is waning just three months after he took office.
Majority of Indonesians Now Disapprove Of Jokowi
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
January 28, 2015
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
Radical monk draws ire at home and abroad for insulting a U.N. envoy.
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
Thai Junta Chief Blasts Top US Diplomat
January 28, 2015
Thai Junta Chief Blasts Top US Diplomat
Junta leader defiantly rebuts criticism directed against his administration.
Thai Junta Chief Blasts Top US Diplomat
China and Indonesia Under Jokowi: Show Me The Money
January 28, 2015
China and Indonesia Under Jokowi: Show Me The Money
Sino-Indonesian relations appear to be off to a good start. But it is still early days.
China and Indonesia Under Jokowi: Show Me The Money
Philippine Peace Pact in Peril?
January 27, 2015
Philippine Peace Pact in Peril?
Clash risks complicating fragile peace between the government and Muslim rebels.
Philippine Peace Pact in Peril?
Did the Islamic State Just Hack Malaysia Airlines?
January 27, 2015
Did the Islamic State Just Hack Malaysia Airlines?
Embattled airline falls victim to a cyberattack by alleged ISIS-linked group.
Did the Islamic State Just Hack Malaysia Airlines?
North Korea Wants Cambodia to Ban 'The Interview'
January 26, 2015
North Korea Wants Cambodia to Ban 'The Interview'
Pyongyang warns that selling or screening the movie risks damaging diplomatic ties.
North Korea Wants Cambodia to Ban 'The Interview'
The Need for an ASEAN Treaty on Migrant Workers
January 22, 2015
The Need for an ASEAN Treaty on Migrant Workers
Breaking the deadlock between sending and receiving states is vital if human rights are to be protected.
The Need for an ASEAN Treaty on Migrant Workers
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
January 22, 2015
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
As ASEAN chair, Malaysia can help make the group a truly people-centered community.
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
Thailand Won’t Send Prisoners Into The Sea
January 22, 2015
Thailand Won’t Send Prisoners Into The Sea
Government abandons controversial plan following international furor.
Thailand Won’t Send Prisoners Into The Sea
Indonesia: Police Chief Scandal Jokowi’s First Real Test
January 21, 2015
Indonesia: Police Chief Scandal Jokowi’s First Real Test
The president’s reformist credentials are questions when his choice for police chief is named in a corruption scandal.
Indonesia: Police Chief Scandal Jokowi’s First Real Test
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
January 21, 2015
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
The city-state’s crackdown on public alcohol consumption is meeting strong public resistance.
Singapore to Ban Public Drinking Amid Fierce Opposition
‘Young’ Myanmar Still Needs Strong Military Role, Says Army Chief
January 21, 2015
‘Young’ Myanmar Still Needs Strong Military Role, Says Army Chief
Comments reinforce worries that reduced military control is unlikely anytime soon.
‘Young’ Myanmar Still Needs Strong Military Role, Says Army Chief
6 Events That Will Shape Philippine Politics in 2015
January 18, 2015
6 Events That Will Shape Philippine Politics in 2015
The last year before the 2016 presidential elections promises to be an interesting one.
6 Events That Will Shape Philippine Politics in 2015
Is Indonesia’s ‘Sink the Vessels’ Policy Legal?
January 17, 2015
Is Indonesia’s ‘Sink the Vessels’ Policy Legal?
Given the controversy over the policy, it is worth considering its legality.
Is Indonesia’s ‘Sink the Vessels’ Policy Legal?
What Awaits Vietnam in 2015?
January 16, 2015
What Awaits Vietnam in 2015?
Will Vietnam be able to leverage its relations with TPP countries to its advantage with China?
What Awaits Vietnam in 2015?
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