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Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful
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Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful
Vietnam's new Law on Belief and Religion sparks worry about freedom of religion in the communist country.
Vietnam's Religious Law: Testing the Faithful
Vietnam's Next Environmental Hotspot
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Vietnam's Next Environmental Hotspot
Less than a year after a major pollution crisis, trouble is brewing in the Mekong Delta.
Vietnam's Next Environmental Hotspot
Debunking the Rohingya-Taliban Link
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Debunking the Rohingya-Taliban Link
Getting to the bottom of the Rohingya insurgency's alleged links to transnational terrorism.
Debunking the Rohingya-Taliban Link
Cambodia's Experiment With Responsible Tourism
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Cambodia's Experiment With Responsible Tourism
In Cambodia, local communities open their homes to visitors as part of community-based tourism.
Cambodia's Experiment With Responsible Tourism
Duterte, One Step Closer to 'The Punisher'
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Duterte, One Step Closer to 'The Punisher'
Duterte’s Presidential Office is using a comic book to back his war on drugs in the Philippines.
Duterte, One Step Closer to 'The Punisher'
Five Decades of ASEAN: The History of a Political Miracle
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Five Decades of ASEAN: The History of a Political Miracle
Fifty years after its founding, ASEAN remains central to prosperity in Southeast Asia.
Five Decades of ASEAN: The History of a Political Miracle
Is Indonesia’s Vaunted Secularism Under Threat?
Features
Is Indonesia’s Vaunted Secularism Under Threat?
Do protests against Jakarta's Chinese-Christian governor signal a turn toward Islam's far right?
Is Indonesia’s Vaunted Secularism Under Threat?
In Vietnam, the Ghost of Agent Orange Still Looms Large
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In Vietnam, the Ghost of Agent Orange Still Looms Large
50 years after the herbicide was used by the U.S. during the Vietnam War, Agent Orange continues to wreak havoc.
In Vietnam, the Ghost of Agent Orange Still Looms Large
Is the US Losing East Asia to China?
Features
Is the US Losing East Asia to China?
In Southeast and Northeast Asia, old partners are drifting away from the U.S. and toward China.
Is the US Losing East Asia to China?
The Forced Pregnancies of the Khmer Rouge
Features
The Forced Pregnancies of the Khmer Rouge
The reproductive rights of Cambodia’s women are forgotten by the court set up to judge the communist regime’s crimes.
The Forced Pregnancies of the Khmer Rouge
The Dark Depths of Myanmar's Rohingya Tragedy
Features
The Dark Depths of Myanmar's Rohingya Tragedy
Cynicism and denial hold sway in Myanmar, even as children's lives are put at risk.
The Dark Depths of Myanmar's Rohingya Tragedy
Killing the Mekong, Dam by Dam
Features
Killing the Mekong, Dam by Dam
Regional governments have been underestimating the environmental and economic costs of Mekong dams.
Killing the Mekong, Dam by Dam
Can Duterte Bring Peace to the Philippines?
Features
Can Duterte Bring Peace to the Philippines?
Forging peace in Mindanao is a far more challenging task than many appreciate.
Can Duterte Bring Peace to the Philippines?
Cambodia's Dragon Boat Races
Photo Essays
Cambodia's Dragon Boat Races
For just the second time in 6 years, Phnom Penh celebrated the Water Festival.
Cambodia's Dragon Boat Races
Myanmar’s Opening: Doing Business in Asia’s Final Frontier
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Myanmar’s Opening: Doing Business in Asia’s Final Frontier
Myanmar looks to be on the path to a prosperous future and a fast-growing, dynamic economy.
Myanmar’s Opening: Doing Business in Asia’s Final Frontier
'Apprentice': Filmmaker Explores Capital Punishment in Singapore
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'Apprentice': Filmmaker Explores Capital Punishment in Singapore
Boo Junfeng discusses his latest film, which takes on the issue of capital punishment in Singapore, in an exclusive interview.
'Apprentice': Filmmaker Explores Capital Punishment in Singapore
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