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January 24, 2011
Philippines Death Penalty Back?
As the debate rages over the death penalty in the Philippines, a sampling of students share their views.
Philippines Death Penalty Back?
January 21, 2011
A Korean 'War’ in Cambodia?
There may be no artillery or troops involved, but a new kind of conflict might be brewing over Pyongyang.
A Korean 'War’ in Cambodia?
Vietnam’s 2020 Vision
January 20, 2011
Vietnam’s 2020 Vision
Vietnam’s communists opt for a gentler leadership as they vow to create a modern industrialized state by 2020.
Vietnam’s 2020 Vision
Malaysia’s Animal Act Applauded
January 18, 2011
Malaysia’s Animal Act Applauded
Malaysia passes a new wildlife protection act and comes down hard on notorious smuggler Anson Wong.
Malaysia’s Animal Act Applauded
The Red Shirts Are Back!
January 15, 2011
The Red Shirts Are Back!
The movement’s comeback may indicate rising public support and growing disenchantment with the Abhisit govt.
The Red Shirts Are Back!
January 14, 2011
Indonesia’s Military in Trouble
A controversial video showing the torture of two Papuans is an embarrassment for the military and the government.
Indonesia’s Military in Trouble
Vietnam Shakes Up US Diplomacy
January 11, 2011
Vietnam Shakes Up US Diplomacy
A US diplomat is reportedly assaulted in Vietnam over a meeting with a dissident. It’s likely part of a wider crackdown.
Vietnam Shakes Up US Diplomacy
Burma: Where Old Is New, Again
January 07, 2011
Burma: Where Old Is New, Again
Despite the release of Aung San Suu Kyi and a new name, Burma’s the same. But it’s not the only problem country in Asia.
Burma: Where Old Is New, Again
Cambodia and Human Trafficking
January 05, 2011
Cambodia and Human Trafficking
Cambodia has shown little inclination to tackle the problem of the human trafficking of its citizens.
Cambodia and Human Trafficking
Maverick Mahathir
January 05, 2011
Maverick Mahathir
Malaysian Maverick may not have cashed in on review buzz. But it still offers a great insight into Malaysian politics.
Maverick Mahathir
Laos, Philippines Talk Cash
December 31, 2010
Laos, Philippines Talk Cash
Laos and the Philippines have introduced new banknote designs. Not everyone is happy with them.
Laos, Philippines Talk Cash
Top 10 Newsmakers of 2010
December 29, 2010
Top 10 Newsmakers of 2010
From WikiLeaks to tragic accidents to the release of Suu Kyi — its been a busy year in South-east Asia.
Top 10 Newsmakers of 2010
Laos Tops Bourse Rivals?
December 26, 2010
Laos Tops Bourse Rivals?
Will Laos trump its bigger, richer regional South-east Asian rivals in the bourse stakes?
Laos Tops Bourse Rivals?
December 24, 2010
Are Filipinos Asian?
The Philippines is part of South-east Asia geographically. But many Filipinos feel a closer attachment to the West.
Are Filipinos Asian?
Good Tidings, Comfort & Joy?
December 22, 2010
Good Tidings, Comfort & Joy?
Thousands of refugees in South-east Asia face a gloomy Christmas and New Year period.
Good Tidings, Comfort & Joy?
Too Many Doctors in Malaysia
December 20, 2010
Too Many Doctors in Malaysia
Faced with too many doctors, Malaysia imposes a five-year moratorium on medical courses.
Too Many Doctors in Malaysia
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