U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
September 14, 2014
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
The assumption that this coup will be like all the rest is based on flawed thinking.
U.S. Policy Options Toward Thailand
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
September 13, 2014
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Canada has stepped up its outreach to ASEAN. Will it last?
Canada’s Pivot to ASEAN
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
September 12, 2014
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
Rail is crucial to the region’s progress, but management is often haphazard.
Southeast Asia’s Railway Woes
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
September 12, 2014
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Concerns are being voiced about the potential implications of the AEC, particularly for workers.
ASEAN Economic Community: What Could Go Wrong?
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
September 10, 2014
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
After two disasters this year, the airline is restructuring. But will it be enough?
Can Malaysia Airlines Take Off Again?
Hanoi’s Looming Traffic Nightmare
September 07, 2014
Hanoi’s Looming Traffic Nightmare
The increasing use of cars instead of motorbikes could worsen an already alarming situation.
Hanoi’s Looming Traffic Nightmare
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
September 06, 2014
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
A look at what lies ahead for Thailand, under coup leader and new prime minister Prayuth Chan-ocha.
What Will Prayuth Do as Prime Minister?
Implications of the US-China Split at the ARF
September 05, 2014
Implications of the US-China Split at the ARF
Divergent views on how to handle SCS disputes could still inspire a Code of Conduct.
Implications of the US-China Split at the ARF
Indonesia and Jordan: Quiet Ties
September 05, 2014
Indonesia and Jordan: Quiet Ties
Expanding investment could help the two countries hedge against the instability of their respective regions.
Indonesia and Jordan: Quiet Ties
Vietnam’s Envoy to China Reinforces Communist Unity
September 05, 2014
Vietnam’s Envoy to China Reinforces Communist Unity
Vietnam’s Communist Party is concerned about its grip on power amid deteriorating regional relations.
Vietnam’s Envoy to China Reinforces Communist Unity
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
September 04, 2014
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
A foreign-led coalition against IS must contain a large contingent from Muslim countries.
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
Koreans Alarmed by Rising Crime in the Philippines
September 03, 2014
Koreans Alarmed by Rising Crime in the Philippines
Recent attacks are already having a noticeable effect on Korean investment.
Koreans Alarmed by Rising Crime in the Philippines
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
September 02, 2014
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
Singapore needs more parental leave and a better work-life balance to stem population decline.
Singapore: A Geriatric Society
Non-Violent Resistance in Post-Coup Thailand
August 30, 2014
Non-Violent Resistance in Post-Coup Thailand
‘Anti-coup activists have employed ostensibly mundane, prearranged acts to express their dissent.’
Non-Violent Resistance in Post-Coup Thailand
Vietnamese Activists Get Three Years in Prison for ‘Obstructing Traffic’
August 29, 2014
Vietnamese Activists Get Three Years in Prison for ‘Obstructing Traffic’
The country comes in for international criticism after cracking down on activists and their supporters.
Vietnamese Activists Get Three Years in Prison for ‘Obstructing Traffic’
Indian Trade Seen Booming With ASEAN
August 26, 2014
Indian Trade Seen Booming With ASEAN
A new report highlights the growing economic ties ASEAN is enjoying with India.
Indian Trade Seen Booming With ASEAN
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