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'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
Duterte’s Machiavellian War on Drugs
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Duterte’s Machiavellian War on Drugs
The Philippines' president has little regard for human rights as he cracks down on drugs.
Duterte’s Machiavellian War on Drugs
An LGBTI Oasis? Discrimination in Thailand
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An LGBTI Oasis? Discrimination in Thailand
Thailand passed its first equality law in 2015, but still has a long way to go to protect the rights of the community.
An LGBTI Oasis? Discrimination in Thailand
Why the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte Hates America
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Why the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte Hates America
A deeper look at the Philippine president’s anti-American views.
Why the Philippines’ Rodrigo Duterte Hates America
Taking the Rohingya Insurgency at Face Value
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Taking the Rohingya Insurgency at Face Value
Much of the speculation about the recent attacks miss a simple truth about the plight of the Rohingya.
Taking the Rohingya Insurgency at Face Value
Vietnam's Military Modernization
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Vietnam's Military Modernization
After extraordinary growth in military hardware, Vietnam is consolidating its new gains.
Vietnam's Military Modernization
Will Duterte End the US-Philippines Military Alliance?
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Will Duterte End the US-Philippines Military Alliance?
A deeper look at the future prospects of the relationship.
Will Duterte End the US-Philippines Military Alliance?
The Darker Side of Thai Royalism 
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The Darker Side of Thai Royalism 
While most Thais mourn their late king with decorum, a sinister ultra-royalism rears its ugly head.
The Darker Side of Thai Royalism 
The Limits of Duterte’s US-China Rebalance
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The Limits of Duterte’s US-China Rebalance
A deeper look at Rodrigo Duterte's effort to 'rebalance' ties between the United States and China.
The Limits of Duterte’s US-China Rebalance
Why Indonesia Matters in a Season of Change
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Why Indonesia Matters in a Season of Change
Indonesia is important to the U.S., in ways that might be unexpected.
Why Indonesia Matters in a Season of Change
Judges and Rice: Cambodia's Expanding Reliance on China
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Judges and Rice: Cambodia's Expanding Reliance on China
Is there a limit to Beijing's largesse for its southern ally?
Judges and Rice: Cambodia's Expanding Reliance on China
Thailand Mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej
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Thailand Mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Millions of Thai citizens mourn the passing of King Bhumibol Adulyadej, who died on October 13, 2016.
Thailand Mourns King Bhumibol Adulyadej
Commemorating the Thammasat University Massacre in Thailand
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Commemorating the Thammasat University Massacre in Thailand
Forty years after a student massacre, some in Thailand are trying to keep memories alive through art.
Commemorating the Thammasat University Massacre in Thailand
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
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Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
The U.S. has done its part to deepen relations; the ball is now in Indonesia's court.
Obama and Indonesia: Strong Progress But an Uncertain Future
Hadabuan Hills: The Forgotten Rainforest of Sumatra
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Hadabuan Hills: The Forgotten Rainforest of Sumatra
Surrounded by palm oil plantations, an oasis of rainforest provides a welcome shelter for rare species.
Hadabuan Hills: The Forgotten Rainforest of Sumatra
An Arms Race in Southeast Asia?
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An Arms Race in Southeast Asia?
Yes, Southeast Asian states are bulking up their militaries – but that doesn’t necessarily translate to an arms race.
An Arms Race in Southeast Asia?
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