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Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
February 09, 2017
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
Sorry, Hun Sen: the Rohingya crisis can’t be dismissed as Myanmar’s internal affair.
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Is Wrong About Myanmar’s Rohingya Issue
Japan Warship Visit to Cambodia Spotlights Defense Ties
February 07, 2017
Japan Warship Visit to Cambodia Spotlights Defense Ties
An opportunity to appreciate an aspect of the relationship that often does not get the attention it deserves.
Japan Warship Visit to Cambodia Spotlights Defense Ties
Getting Australia-Indonesia Military Ties Back on Track
February 07, 2017
Getting Australia-Indonesia Military Ties Back on Track
Australia’s army chief visit an opportunity to smooth over ties following a recent spat.
Getting Australia-Indonesia Military Ties Back on Track
Philippines: Duterte Ends Talks With Communist Rebels
February 05, 2017
Philippines: Duterte Ends Talks With Communist Rebels
The outlook again looks rather bleak for one of Asia's longest running insurgencies.
Philippines: Duterte Ends Talks With Communist Rebels
Thailand's New King Is Making a Power Grab
February 04, 2017
Thailand's New King Is Making a Power Grab
Seeking more power, Thailand’s King Vajiralongkorn is moving the country away from being a constitutional monarchy.
Thailand's New King Is Making a Power Grab
Packed Lunch Protesters: Outrage for Hire in Indonesia
February 03, 2017
Packed Lunch Protesters: Outrage for Hire in Indonesia
Paid protesting is a long-standing part of Indonesian politics.
Packed Lunch Protesters: Outrage for Hire in Indonesia
Can China Patrols Help Duterte in the Philippines’ Terror War?
February 02, 2017
Can China Patrols Help Duterte in the Philippines’ Terror War?
The controversial president makes a surprising suggestion about Beijing patrolling neighboring waters.
Can China Patrols Help Duterte in the Philippines’ Terror War?
Duterte and LeniLeaks: Much Ado About Nothing?
February 02, 2017
Duterte and LeniLeaks: Much Ado About Nothing?
Was the Philippines' vice president really trying to overthrow Duterte?
Duterte and LeniLeaks: Much Ado About Nothing?
Are Duterte's Drug War Killings Crimes Against Humanity?
February 01, 2017
Are Duterte's Drug War Killings Crimes Against Humanity?
A new report by Amnesty International makes the case.
Are Duterte's Drug War Killings Crimes Against Humanity?
What’s Next for Russia-Philippines Military Ties?
February 01, 2017
What’s Next for Russia-Philippines Military Ties?
A closer look at the next steps both sides are considering.
What’s Next for Russia-Philippines Military Ties?
How to Better Understand Violence in Southeast Asia
February 01, 2017
How to Better Understand Violence in Southeast Asia
A new approach to tracking violence reveals just how widespread violent incidents are in Southeast Asia.
How to Better Understand Violence in Southeast Asia
The Problem With Wars on Drugs, From Nixon to Duterte
January 31, 2017
The Problem With Wars on Drugs, From Nixon to Duterte
The Philippines' efforts won't be any more successful than the United States'.
The Problem With Wars on Drugs, From Nixon to Duterte
Najib’s Window Dressing Can't Hide Malaysia's Woes
January 31, 2017
Najib’s Window Dressing Can't Hide Malaysia's Woes
The embattled premier’s cosmetic measures cannot conceal economic realities in the country.
Najib’s Window Dressing Can't Hide Malaysia's Woes
Where is the New US-Philippines Military Pact Under Duterte?
January 28, 2017
Where is the New US-Philippines Military Pact Under Duterte?
A closer look at the progress both sides are making on this front.
Where is the New US-Philippines Military Pact Under Duterte?
Singapore-Hosted Military Exercise a Test for ASEAN’s Disaster Response
January 27, 2017
Singapore-Hosted Military Exercise a Test for ASEAN’s Disaster Response
Ex COORES 2017 was a notable development on the HADR front.
Singapore-Hosted Military Exercise a Test for ASEAN’s Disaster Response
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