Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
July 31, 2015
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
Malaysia Silences the Press Amid Corruption Scandal
July 29, 2015
Malaysia Silences the Press Amid Corruption Scandal
The country suspends two newspapers.
Malaysia Silences the Press Amid Corruption Scandal
Why the Philippines Won't Have a New China Policy After Aquino
July 29, 2015
Why the Philippines Won't Have a New China Policy After Aquino
Expecting a radical shift under a new president is misguided.
Why the Philippines Won't Have a New China Policy After Aquino
India, Myanmar Eye Future Defense Cooperation
July 28, 2015
India, Myanmar Eye Future Defense Cooperation
A recent visit by Myanmar’s military chief suggests the future promise of defense ties.
India, Myanmar Eye Future Defense Cooperation
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
July 28, 2015
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
A recent suggestion by the country’s foreign minister is a rather curious one.
Cambodia: A New South China Sea Mediator Between China and ASEAN?
US Upgrades Malaysia in Trafficking Report: Boost for TPP, Blow to Rights?
July 28, 2015
US Upgrades Malaysia in Trafficking Report: Boost for TPP, Blow to Rights?
Washington argues that Malaysia has made significant efforts to improve its record.
US Upgrades Malaysia in Trafficking Report: Boost for TPP, Blow to Rights?
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
July 27, 2015
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Joint exercise to run from July 27-28.
US Navy Boosts Defense Ties With East Timor in Maritime Exercise
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
July 26, 2015
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
A recent incident raises some troubling questions.
Why are the Elderly Collecting Cardboard Boxes in Prosperous Singapore?
Thailand’s Junta Pushes Back Election Date Again
July 25, 2015
Thailand’s Junta Pushes Back Election Date Again
Despite protestations, the coup leader appears to be settling into power.
Thailand’s Junta Pushes Back Election Date Again
Myanmar and the Future of Asia's New Great Game
July 24, 2015
Myanmar and the Future of Asia's New Great Game
Myanmar's opening has made its growing strategic value to major powers even more evident.
Myanmar and the Future of Asia's New Great Game
New Jailings Expose the Farce of Cambodia’s 'Culture of Dialogue'
July 24, 2015
New Jailings Expose the Farce of Cambodia’s 'Culture of Dialogue'
Opposition leader Sam Rainsy's reaction to a recent incident is just plain disturbing.
New Jailings Expose the Farce of Cambodia’s 'Culture of Dialogue'
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
July 24, 2015
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
A new proposal exposes the inconsistency in Jakarta's worldview.
Indonesia’s Asian Fulcrum Idea
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
July 23, 2015
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
The Diplomat launches a new series on the region's refugee crisis. Here's why it matters.
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
What's Next for US-Thailand Military Ties?
July 23, 2015
What's Next for US-Thailand Military Ties?
The two allies meet to discuss advances in their security relationship.
What's Next for US-Thailand Military Ties?
Myanmar Military Chief Vows Non-Interference in Elections
July 21, 2015
Myanmar Military Chief Vows Non-Interference in Elections
General says result will be honored if victory is achieved fairly.
Myanmar Military Chief Vows Non-Interference in Elections
Does Cambodia Really Need a New NGO Law?
July 17, 2015
Does Cambodia Really Need a New NGO Law?
Critics contend the new law is a repressive legal tool that violates basic rights.
Does Cambodia Really Need a New NGO Law?
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