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Unlikely Partners: Cambodia and the Eurasian Economic Union
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Unlikely Partners: Cambodia and the Eurasian Economic Union
Even if the economic rewards aren’t astronomical, the partnership is beneficial for both sides.
Unlikely Partners: Cambodia and the Eurasian Economic Union
Almost Human: Orangutans in Indonesia
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Almost Human: Orangutans in Indonesia
Life in the Orangutan Conservation Center in East Kalimantan, Indonesia.
Almost Human: Orangutans in Indonesia
Here Come the Malaysian Morality Police
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Here Come the Malaysian Morality Police
As hardline Islam rises, lawmakers in Malaysia will debate a controversial bill to increase sharia punishments.
Here Come the Malaysian Morality Police
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
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The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
The political future of the Jakarta governor isn’t quite the litmus test some are claiming.
The Trouble With Indonesia’s Ahok Test
Thaipusam in Malaysia: Honoring the Destroyer of Evil
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Thaipusam in Malaysia: Honoring the Destroyer of Evil
Every year, devotees gather at the Batu Caves in Kuala Lumpur to honor Lord Murugan.
Thaipusam in Malaysia: Honoring the Destroyer of Evil
Chekhov's Gun and the Tangled US-Philippines-China Triangle
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Chekhov's Gun and the Tangled US-Philippines-China Triangle
Trump’s second act in the South China Sea will have to be stronger than his first.
Chekhov's Gun and the Tangled US-Philippines-China Triangle
Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
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Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
Lessons learned from last year's disaster can shape a climate-resilient approach in the Mekong Delta.
Is Vietnam in for Another Devastating Drought?
Thailand's Construction Nomads
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Thailand's Construction Nomads
Hundreds of migrant construction workers reside in shipping containers in the outskirts of Bangkok.
Thailand's Construction Nomads
Is ASEAN Really Worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize?
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Is ASEAN Really Worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize?
Public faith in government and institutions are at a very low ebb.
Is ASEAN Really Worthy of a Nobel Peace Prize?
China's Myanmar Dam Hypocrisy
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China's Myanmar Dam Hypocrisy
China is preserving the ecology of the Nu River within its borders. Downstream in Myanmar, it's a different story.
China's Myanmar Dam Hypocrisy
Finding Cambodia's Ancient Cave Paintings
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Finding Cambodia's Ancient Cave Paintings
A visit to the mysterious cave paintings requires a six-hour journey by motorbike and a ferry ride.
Finding Cambodia's Ancient Cave Paintings
The Resurgence of China-Vietnam Ties
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The Resurgence of China-Vietnam Ties
A visit to Beijing by Vietnam's Communist Party chief underscored a major shift in Sino-Vietnamese bilateral relations.
The Resurgence of China-Vietnam Ties
Is Myanmar on the Path to Genocide?
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Is Myanmar on the Path to Genocide?
Decades of persecution have left the Rohingya on the brink of genocide.
Is Myanmar on the Path to Genocide?
The World of Cambodia's Construction Site Children
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The World of Cambodia's Construction Site Children
The children who live, play, and sometimes work at construction sites in Phnom Penh.
The World of Cambodia's Construction Site Children
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
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