U.S., Indonesia Looking To Boost Military Ties: Officials
December 16, 2014
U.S., Indonesia Looking To Boost Military Ties: Officials
Discussions to focus on tackling joint challenges including Islamic State and maritime security
U.S., Indonesia Looking To Boost Military Ties: Officials
Islamic State Fears Mounting in Indonesia, Malaysia
December 16, 2014
Islamic State Fears Mounting in Indonesia, Malaysia
Threat rising despite initial measures to counter movement’s influence.
Islamic State Fears Mounting in Indonesia, Malaysia
Southeast Asian Laws That Ought to Be Repealed in 2015
December 16, 2014
Southeast Asian Laws That Ought to Be Repealed in 2015
The region is not short on laws that impinge on human rights. Here are some that need urgent attention.
Southeast Asian Laws That Ought to Be Repealed in 2015
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
December 16, 2014
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
Call issued on anniversary of disappearance of Lao civil society leader Sombath Somphone
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
A Thai Princess' Fairy Tale Comes to an End
December 15, 2014
A Thai Princess' Fairy Tale Comes to an End
Thailand’s Crown Prince Maha Vajiralongkorn has divorced his third wife, Srirasmi.
A Thai Princess' Fairy Tale Comes to an End
What the Turmoil in Thailand’s Palace Means for Thai Politics (Perhaps)
December 14, 2014
What the Turmoil in Thailand’s Palace Means for Thai Politics (Perhaps)
Part two of a series, looking at the implications of the struggle to control the royal succession in Thailand.
What the Turmoil in Thailand’s Palace Means for Thai Politics (Perhaps)
Vietnam Launches Legal Challenge Against China’s South China Sea Claims
December 12, 2014
Vietnam Launches Legal Challenge Against China’s South China Sea Claims
Vietnam lodges a submission at The Hague and rejects Chinese position paper on the South China Sea.
Vietnam Launches Legal Challenge Against China’s South China Sea Claims
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
December 12, 2014
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
Malaysia summons U.S. envoy after a week of criticism for its tarnished human rights record
Malaysia, US Spar Over Human Rights
Indonesia May Sink Chinese Vessels: Jokowi Adviser
December 11, 2014
Indonesia May Sink Chinese Vessels: Jokowi Adviser
An adviser to Indonesia’s president says Jakarta may sink Chinese vessels caught fishing illegally in Indonesian waters.
Indonesia May Sink Chinese Vessels: Jokowi Adviser
Natuna Is Indonesian, Not Chinese: Jokowi Adviser
December 11, 2014
Natuna Is Indonesian, Not Chinese: Jokowi Adviser
A senior adviser to Indonesia’s new president insists the country’s sovereignty is not up for negotiation.
Natuna Is Indonesian, Not Chinese: Jokowi Adviser
Maguindanao Victims Still Await Justice
December 09, 2014
Maguindanao Victims Still Await Justice
Five years after a horrific massacre in the Philippines, the wheels of justice are turning very slowly.
Maguindanao Victims Still Await Justice
Thailand’s Royal Succession Battle Comes Into (Slightly) More Open View
December 06, 2014
Thailand’s Royal Succession Battle Comes Into (Slightly) More Open View
Part of a series on Thai leadership, a look at the implications of the struggle to control the royal succession.
Thailand’s Royal Succession Battle Comes Into (Slightly) More Open View
Vietnam Again Puts Cambodia on the Spot Over Montagnards
December 04, 2014
Vietnam Again Puts Cambodia on the Spot Over Montagnards
Criticism of Cambodia’s handling of asylum seekers also puts a recent Australian deal back in the spotlight.
Vietnam Again Puts Cambodia on the Spot Over Montagnards
Malaysia Accused of Mistreating Refugees
December 03, 2014
Malaysia Accused of Mistreating Refugees
A documentary produced by Al Jazeera makes some worrying claims.
Malaysia Accused of Mistreating Refugees
Jokowi’s Maritime Doctrine and What It Means
November 29, 2014
Jokowi’s Maritime Doctrine and What It Means
Indonesia's new president has attempted to launch a bold new foreign policy doctrine.
Jokowi’s Maritime Doctrine and What It Means
Malaysia Backtracks on Sedition Law
November 29, 2014
Malaysia Backtracks on Sedition Law
The Sedition Act of 1948 will not be repealed in Malaysia.
Malaysia Backtracks on Sedition Law
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