Thai Parliament Rubber-Stamps General as Prime Minister
August 22, 2014
Thai Parliament Rubber-Stamps General as Prime Minister
General Prayuth Chan-ocha, mastermind of the May 2014 coup, will be Thailand's interim prime minister.
Thai Parliament Rubber-Stamps General as Prime Minister
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
August 19, 2014
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
The arrest of two French journalists is part of a decades-old policy of preventing foreign media scrutiny.
Indonesia’s Papua Censorship Obsession
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
August 16, 2014
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
North Korea wants Indonesia to potentially advocate on its behalf on the world stage.
Will Indonesia Save the Six Party Talks?
The Need to Tread Cautiously on a US-Vietnam Nuclear Deal
August 15, 2014
The Need to Tread Cautiously on a US-Vietnam Nuclear Deal
‘It would be unwise to dismiss the dangers of a liberal approach to Vietnamese proliferation.’
The Need to Tread Cautiously on a US-Vietnam Nuclear Deal
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
August 15, 2014
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Once again the country does its international reputation no favors.
Malaysian Police Investigate Teen Boy for Liking Israel
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
August 14, 2014
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Malaysia’s internet freedom has been threatened from several corners, as the PM assures free speech.
Malaysia Threatens to Block Facebook
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
August 13, 2014
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
Drug-resistant malaria strains are emerging in mainland Southeast Asia.
Drug-Resistant Malaria: The World’s Next Health Crisis?
Joko Looks to Japan to Boost Indonesia’s Regional Influence
August 12, 2014
Joko Looks to Japan to Boost Indonesia’s Regional Influence
Indonesia needs an investment and security partner to assert itself in Southeast Asia.
Joko Looks to Japan to Boost Indonesia’s Regional Influence
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
August 08, 2014
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
The MILF claims the government has reneged on a significant portion of their agreement.
Philippine Bangsamoro Peace Deal in Danger of Collapse
Khmer Rouge Leaders Guilty of War Crimes, Jailed for Life
August 08, 2014
Khmer Rouge Leaders Guilty of War Crimes, Jailed for Life
Surviving henchmen of Pol Pot are found guilty of crimes against humanity.
Khmer Rouge Leaders Guilty of War Crimes, Jailed for Life
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
August 07, 2014
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
As this year's ASEAN Chair, Myanmar will face pressure from the pro- and anti-China camps.
Myanmar, ASEAN, and the China Challenge
Philippine Court Sentences 12 Chinese Fishermen to Prison
August 06, 2014
Philippine Court Sentences 12 Chinese Fishermen to Prison
The fishermen were accused of illegal fishing at the Philippines' Tubbataha Reef, a UNESCO World Heritage Site.
Philippine Court Sentences 12 Chinese Fishermen to Prison
Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
August 01, 2014
Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
A third trial is to get underway against surviving leaders of the Khmer Rouge.
Pol Pot's Chief Henchmen Face Genocide Charges
Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
August 01, 2014
Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
A Cambodian delegation led by General Tea Banh visited Thailand to discuss defense cooperation, among other issues.
Cambodian Defense Delegation Visits Thailand Amid Tensions
Jokowi’s First Week as Indonesia’s President-Elect
July 31, 2014
Jokowi’s First Week as Indonesia’s President-Elect
Early signs indicate Jokowi will remain committed to his populist style of governance.
Jokowi’s First Week as Indonesia’s President-Elect
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
July 30, 2014
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
Cambodia’s development and energy security require hydroelectric development.
Cambodia’s Hydroelectric Question: China Power and the Environment
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