What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
May 06, 2015
What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
Will the death of a terrorist breathe life into an imperiled peace process?
What Does the Death of the Philippines’ Top Islamic Militant Mean?
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Condemns Pacquiao-Mayweather Decision
May 05, 2015
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Condemns Pacquiao-Mayweather Decision
Premier slams “unbelievable” unanimous decision by U.S. judges.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Condemns Pacquiao-Mayweather Decision
Who Will Benefit from the ASEAN Economic Community?
May 05, 2015
Who Will Benefit from the ASEAN Economic Community?
Some civil society organizations are claiming that the community would excessively favor corporate interests.
Who Will Benefit from the ASEAN Economic Community?
What Does the Philippines Think About China's AIIB?
May 05, 2015
What Does the Philippines Think About China's AIIB?
Manila still has some lingering concerns about Beijing's initiative.
What Does the Philippines Think About China's AIIB?
Malaysia’s Post-May Day Crackdown
May 05, 2015
Malaysia’s Post-May Day Crackdown
Dozens arrested after rally protesting new government tax.
Malaysia’s Post-May Day Crackdown
Thailand’s Mass Graves: A Turning Point?
May 05, 2015
Thailand’s Mass Graves: A Turning Point?
Another grim sign that the country has a long way to go to improve its human trafficking record.
Thailand’s Mass Graves: A Turning Point?
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
May 04, 2015
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
A recent report suggests that the Rohingya could become the target of further mass atrocities.
Is Myanmar Approaching Genocide?
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
May 03, 2015
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
The election day may be free and fair, but that will not necessarily usher in a truly democratic government.
Myanmar’s Election Day May Be Only a Step Toward Democracy
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Threatens to Kill Opposition Dialogue
May 01, 2015
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Threatens to Kill Opposition Dialogue
The 'culture of dialogue' can die, the premier warns.
Cambodia’s Hun Sen Threatens to Kill Opposition Dialogue
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
April 30, 2015
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
The bloc has rarely discussed the death penalty. It is time it did.
It’s Time ASEAN Took a Good Look at Its Gallows
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
April 30, 2015
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
As long as the incentives to control natural resources remain, there is little hope for long-term peace in Myanmar
Blood Teak: How Myanmar's Natural Resources Fuel Ethnic Conflicts
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
April 30, 2015
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
An old claim resurfaces with some new evidence.
Is Hamas Training Operatives in Malaysia?
Reviewing the 26th ASEAN Summit in Malaysia
April 29, 2015
Reviewing the 26th ASEAN Summit in Malaysia
A look at some of the notable developments.
Reviewing the 26th ASEAN Summit in Malaysia
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
April 29, 2015
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
Beijing makes the cut for the first time.
China Is Now One of Indonesia's Top Ten Investors
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
April 28, 2015
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
The Trans-Pacific Partnership will have a huge positive effect on Vietnam's economy. Should Americans care?
Trans-Pacific Partnership: Do it for Vietnam
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
April 28, 2015
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
A look at what the regional grouping accomplished after the recent summit in Malaysia.
What Did the 26th ASEAN Summit Achieve?
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