Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
March 28, 2015
Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
Singapore is much better prepared for the post-Lee Kuan Yew era than many of its critics admit.
Lee Kuan Yew and Singapore’s Future
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
March 27, 2015
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
A new report reveals the extent of land grabbing in Myanmar, especially along the border with China.
Burmese Leaders Outed by Global Witness Over Alleged Land Grabs
Is ASEAN Still Relevant?
March 26, 2015
Is ASEAN Still Relevant?
The organization's significance is in question during a critical year.
Is ASEAN Still Relevant?
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
March 26, 2015
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
The question is at the heart of controversies that keep rearing their head.
Does ASEAN Have a South China Sea Position?
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
March 25, 2015
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
The country has presented a human rights report to the UN in Geneva.
Cambodia Defends Its Human Rights Record
Japan and Indonesia: A New Maritime Forum?
March 24, 2015
Japan and Indonesia: A New Maritime Forum?
The two countries are looking to establish a new high-level bilateral maritime forum.
Japan and Indonesia: A New Maritime Forum?
US and Vietnam: From Foes to Friends
March 24, 2015
US and Vietnam: From Foes to Friends
Vietnam's new ambassador to the United States reflects on the state of the U.S.-Vietnam relationship.
US and Vietnam: From Foes to Friends
10 Lessons From Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore
March 24, 2015
10 Lessons From Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore
Are there lessons other countries might draw from the city-state’s experiences?
10 Lessons From Lee Kuan Yew's Singapore
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
March 23, 2015
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
Even with the South China Sea disputes, ASEAN countries insist they are committed to China’s new development bank.
One In All In, AIIB Gains Momentum
How Do We Remember Lee Kuan Yew?
March 23, 2015
How Do We Remember Lee Kuan Yew?
Singapore’s founding prime minister has died. How do we remember his legacy?
How Do We Remember Lee Kuan Yew?
Growing Political Crisis in Malaysia?
March 21, 2015
Growing Political Crisis in Malaysia?
The government may have thought that jailing Anwar would bring stability. If so, it was mistaken.
Growing Political Crisis in Malaysia?
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
March 20, 2015
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
A new report suggests there is less to Beijing’s influence than meets the eye.
Is China’s Economic Power in ASEAN Overblown?
Philippines: Questions Raised About US Anti-Terror Cooperation
March 19, 2015
Philippines: Questions Raised About US Anti-Terror Cooperation
A police report has confirmed a U.S. presence in the anti-terror operation in Mindanao.
Philippines: Questions Raised About US Anti-Terror Cooperation
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair: What Are The Challenges?
March 18, 2015
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair: What Are The Challenges?
Malaysia must confront several challenges to successfully lead ASEAN in 2015.
Malaysia as ASEAN Chair: What Are The Challenges?
Thai Junta Chief Slams US Policy
March 18, 2015
Thai Junta Chief Slams US Policy
The U.S. needs a better "tailor," general says.
Thai Junta Chief Slams US Policy
ASEAN Defense Ministers Sign Security Declaration
March 17, 2015
ASEAN Defense Ministers Sign Security Declaration
Focus placed on Islamic state and ongoing regional security proposals.
ASEAN Defense Ministers Sign Security Declaration
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