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Malaysia's China Problem
March 28, 2011
Malaysia's China Problem
Malaysia is losing out to neighbour Singapore in taking advantage of economic opportunities China offers.
Malaysia's China Problem
Al Jazeera's Indonesia Coup
March 27, 2011
Al Jazeera's Indonesia Coup
Al Jazeera reports on evidence that angry generals were attempting to oust President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono.
Al Jazeera's Indonesia Coup
What's in a Name?
March 26, 2011
What's in a Name?
Burma’s junta may have made the most recent big name change in Southeast Asia. But plenty of places have done it.
What's in a Name?
March 25, 2011
Manny Pacquiao in Twitter KO
Boxing legend Manny Pacquiao bites off more than he can chew when he steps in the Twitter ring with Filipinos.
Manny Pacquiao in Twitter KO
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
March 24, 2011
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
The junta revealed more in parliament than it realized about how the country’s government operates.
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
March 24, 2011
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
The junta revealed more in parliament than it realized about how the country’s government operates.
Burma’s Parliament Revelations
Malaysia Gets Tough on WMD
March 23, 2011
Malaysia Gets Tough on WMD
The seizure of contents from two container ships suggests Kuala Lumpur is getting tougher on WMD—and Iran.
Malaysia Gets Tough on WMD
Teamwork Time Against China
March 22, 2011
Teamwork Time Against China
Smaller nations involved in the South China Sea dispute should work together to counter an overbearing China.
Teamwork Time Against China
Philippines Edges Toward ICC
March 21, 2011
Philippines Edges Toward ICC
Benigno Aquino takes the Philippines a step closer to becoming a member of the International Criminal Court.
Philippines Edges Toward ICC
Mekong Damned in Laos
March 17, 2011
Mekong Damned in Laos
Despite environmental concerns and local protests, Laos is determined to follow through on a new dam project.
Mekong Damned in Laos
March 16, 2011
A Reporter's Life in Asia
A veteran journalist’s account of reporting from Southeast Asia offers a refreshing and honest account of the region.
A Reporter's Life in Asia
Thai PM's Citizenship Woes?
March 14, 2011
Thai PM's Citizenship Woes?
Thai Prime Minister Abhisit Vejjajiva surprised many last month when he admitted he hadn’t given up British citizenship.
Thai PM's Citizenship Woes?
A Borneo Tea Party
March 09, 2011
A Borneo Tea Party
A tea party deep in Borneo offers a temporary alternative to forming a political party for three Malaysian states.
A Borneo Tea Party
Internet Freedom Under Threat
March 06, 2011
Internet Freedom Under Threat
Internet freedom is coming under increasing threat in Southeast Asia from overbearing governments.
Internet Freedom Under Threat
Malaysia's Cheap Labour Crisis
March 04, 2011
Malaysia's Cheap Labour Crisis
Malaysia is facing a labour shortage. Will plans to relax a freeze on foreign service sector workers help?
Malaysia's Cheap Labour Crisis
March 03, 2011
The New Sultan of Sulu
Locals in East Malaysia aren’t amused by a businessman’s decision to proclaim himself the new Sultan of Sulu.
The New Sultan of Sulu
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