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What Did the Philippines’ Duterte Achieve in Cambodia?
December 17, 2016
What Did the Philippines’ Duterte Achieve in Cambodia?
A look at some of the deliverables from the visit.
What Did the Philippines’ Duterte Achieve in Cambodia?
Indonesia's Global Maritime Fulcrum: An Updated Archipelagic Outlook?
December 17, 2016
Indonesia's Global Maritime Fulcrum: An Updated Archipelagic Outlook?
The previous Archipelagic Outlook strategy was inward focused; the new policy looks beyond Indonesia's borders.
Indonesia's Global Maritime Fulcrum: An Updated Archipelagic Outlook?
Time for an ASEAN Criminal Court?
December 16, 2016
Time for an ASEAN Criminal Court?
A look at a proposal for the regional grouping.
Time for an ASEAN Criminal Court?
Southeast Asia's Haze Needs a Global Solution
December 16, 2016
Southeast Asia's Haze Needs a Global Solution
The world community is a part of Indonesia's haze problem. It can also be part of the solution.
Southeast Asia's Haze Needs a Global Solution
Islamic State in Southeast Asia's Grey Zones
December 14, 2016
Islamic State in Southeast Asia's Grey Zones
ISIS has resilience beyond the Middle East, and Southeast Asia is one of its new homes.
Islamic State in Southeast Asia's Grey Zones
Duterte Says Philippines Will Accept China Arms Deal
December 13, 2016
Duterte Says Philippines Will Accept China Arms Deal
Announcement comes weeks after controversy erupted over rifle agreement with Washington.
Duterte Says Philippines Will Accept China Arms Deal
What’s Next for US-Myanmar Military Relations?
December 13, 2016
What’s Next for US-Myanmar Military Relations?
A quick look where things stand and what some next steps might be.
What’s Next for US-Myanmar Military Relations?
Singapore's China Conundrum
December 13, 2016
Singapore's China Conundrum
The city-state might have badly miscalculated by tilting too close to the United States at China's expense.
Singapore's China Conundrum
<em>The Diplomat</em> Seeks Writer for Southeast Asia/ASEAN Affairs
December 10, 2016
The Diplomat Seeks Writer for Southeast Asia/ASEAN Affairs
Interested in writing about Southeast Asia? Join The Diplomat's expert team.
The Diplomat Seeks Writer for Southeast Asia/ASEAN Affairs
Philippines’ Duterte Continues ASEAN Tour with Singapore, Cambodia Visits
December 10, 2016
Philippines’ Duterte Continues ASEAN Tour with Singapore, Cambodia Visits
Trip comes before Manila officially begins its chairmanship of the regional grouping.
Philippines’ Duterte Continues ASEAN Tour with Singapore, Cambodia Visits
102 Killed in Aceh Quake, Mercifully No Tsunami
December 09, 2016
102 Killed in Aceh Quake, Mercifully No Tsunami
The quake -- so near the site of 2004's immense devastation -- has destroyed hundreds of buildings.
102 Killed in Aceh Quake, Mercifully No Tsunami
Indonesia’s Inward Turn
December 08, 2016
Indonesia’s Inward Turn
The country’s focus on domestic priorities is a loss for ASEAN and the world.
Indonesia’s Inward Turn
Why the Mekong River Commission Matters
December 07, 2016
Why the Mekong River Commission Matters
Despite its limitations, the body is key to ongoing efforts to save one of the world’s largest and longest rivers.
Why the Mekong River Commission Matters
What’s Behind Growing Japan-Singapore Relations?
December 07, 2016
What’s Behind Growing Japan-Singapore Relations?
As they celebrate 50 years of ties, the two Asian states are moving ever closer amid regional and global anxieties.
What’s Behind Growing Japan-Singapore Relations?
Why Duterte Should Fear the Marcos Burial Protest
December 06, 2016
Why Duterte Should Fear the Marcos Burial Protest
While the president’s position is still strong, opposition to his rule should not be underestimated.
Why Duterte Should Fear the Marcos Burial Protest
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