Aquino Answers Corruption Charges With More Money
July 29, 2014
Aquino Answers Corruption Charges With More Money
The president announces record budgets to pay for popular government programs and secure his legacy.
Aquino Answers Corruption Charges With More Money
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
July 25, 2014
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
Najib’s negotiations have resulted in widespread support for Malaysia’s position and its victims.
Malaysian Leaders Unite for Justice in MH17 Downing
Can Cambodian Deal End Year-Long Standoff?
July 25, 2014
Can Cambodian Deal End Year-Long Standoff?
Even with an agreement in place, a lack of detail may send the opposition back into the streets.
Can Cambodian Deal End Year-Long Standoff?
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
July 24, 2014
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
The new constitution grants sweeping powers to the military junta that took over on May 22.
Thailand Establishes Interim Constitution
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
July 23, 2014
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
His presidency will face early challenges, meaning Joko will need to draw on his popular and regional support.
Jokowi’s Win a Sign of Indonesian Transition
Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
July 20, 2014
Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
Both Widodo and Subianto have pledged aid to the Palestinians.
Indonesia’s Presidential Candidates and the Palestine Pledge
A Crossroads for Indonesia
July 19, 2014
A Crossroads for Indonesia
Recent Indonesian elections were a tight race between diametrically opposed candidates.
A Crossroads for Indonesia
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
July 19, 2014
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
The Category 4 typhoon left over 60 dead and thousands more homeless.
Typhoon Rammasun Hits Philippines, China
Singapore Library Bans Books That Feature LGBT Families
July 18, 2014
Singapore Library Bans Books That Feature LGBT Families
Powerful conservative forces remain opposed to the mainstreaming of the LGBT community.
Singapore Library Bans Books That Feature LGBT Families
A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
July 18, 2014
A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
A now obscure author finds relevance and rebirth at the trial of two former Khmer Rouge leaders.
A Cambodian Genocide Tribunal and Lemkin's Legacy
Strategic Trust, an Oil Rig and Vietnam’s Dilemma
July 17, 2014
Strategic Trust, an Oil Rig and Vietnam’s Dilemma
Vietnam is forced to decide between territorial integrity and its relationship with China.
Strategic Trust, an Oil Rig and Vietnam’s Dilemma
Malaysia’s Ruling Party Cracks Down on Homeless
July 15, 2014
Malaysia’s Ruling Party Cracks Down on Homeless
Is the closing down of homeless shelters in Kuala Lumpur to cleanse the capital’s ‘image’ the last straw for Malaysian citizens?
Malaysia’s Ruling Party Cracks Down on Homeless
The Meaning of the Mandalay Riots in Myanmar
July 12, 2014
The Meaning of the Mandalay Riots in Myanmar
The riot reveals interfaith tensions that threaten the country’s nascent democracy.
The Meaning of the Mandalay Riots in Myanmar
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
July 12, 2014
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
An election outcome in the balance leaves Indonesia exposed to some disturbing outcomes.
Disputed Indonesian Election a Possible Disaster
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
July 08, 2014
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
The threat of losing access to designer retail is not enough to win back Cambodia’s voters for the prime minister.
Cambodia Heads Upmarket with Style and Hun Sen
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
July 07, 2014
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
As the candidates continue mudslinging, the path to long-term prosperity could be difficult.
Narrowing Polls Show Indonesia’s Limited Options
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