Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
April 24, 2015
Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
A look at what the 60th Asian-African Conference actually achieved.
Did Indonesia Revive the Asia-Africa Strategic Partnership?
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
April 23, 2015
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
China marks an important occasion in Cambodia, without mentioning the occasion.
China to Cambodia: Don’t Mention the War
EU Threatens Thailand with Trade Ban
April 23, 2015
EU Threatens Thailand with Trade Ban
Bangkok receives ‘yellow card’ for failing to halt illegal fishing.
EU Threatens Thailand with Trade Ban
The 26th ASEAN Summit: What Are Malaysia’s Priorities?
April 23, 2015
The 26th ASEAN Summit: What Are Malaysia’s Priorities?
What this year's ASEAN chair expects from this weekend's meetings.
The 26th ASEAN Summit: What Are Malaysia’s Priorities?
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
April 21, 2015
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
The premier’s latest tirade is rather puzzling and misleading.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Slams ASEAN-Splitting TPP
Mahathir Versus Najib
April 20, 2015
Mahathir Versus Najib
Malaysia’s former prime minister is distinctly unhappy with the incumbent.
Mahathir Versus Najib
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
April 19, 2015
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
The turmoil on Myanmar’s border with China has potentially significant implications.
Why the Fighting in Kokang Threatens Peace in Myanmar
Myanmar’s US Lobby Link Enters the Spotlight
April 18, 2015
Myanmar’s US Lobby Link Enters the Spotlight
Myanmar’s US Lobby Link Enters the Spotlight
Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
April 18, 2015
Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
The first draft of the charter contains some worrying provisions.
Thailand Completes Troubling New Constitution
Indonesia’s New Alcohol Ban
April 18, 2015
Indonesia’s New Alcohol Ban
Indonesia’s alcohol restrictions take full effect.
Indonesia’s New Alcohol Ban
Hunt for Rare Indochina Wildlife Yields Results
April 17, 2015
Hunt for Rare Indochina Wildlife Yields Results
In a rare win for environmentalists, a new study suggests a remote park is not yet an “empty forest.”
Hunt for Rare Indochina Wildlife Yields Results
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
April 16, 2015
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
Numbers could rise following investigations, the country’s home minister says.
Nearly 100 Malaysians Detained for Islamic State Links
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
April 16, 2015
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
The city-state convenes meeting to share best practices amid a rising Islamic State threat.
Singapore Kicks Off New Counterterrorism Symposium
April 15, 2015
The Diplomat Seeks Writer for Southeast Asia/ASEAN Affairs
The Diplomat Seeks Writer for Southeast Asia/ASEAN Affairs
Has Islamic State Infiltrated Malaysia’s Military?
April 14, 2015
Has Islamic State Infiltrated Malaysia’s Military?
Around 70 army personnel have reportedly been involved with the militant group.
Has Islamic State Infiltrated Malaysia’s Military?
US Nominates New Envoy to Thailand Amid Strained Ties
April 14, 2015
US Nominates New Envoy to Thailand Amid Strained Ties
The move comes following a six month vacancy for the post.
US Nominates New Envoy to Thailand Amid Strained Ties
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