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Do Singaporeans Really Vote Along Racial Lines?
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Do Singaporeans Really Vote Along Racial Lines?
How did Lee Kuan Yew arrive at his conclusion that voter bias existed in the Republic?
Do Singaporeans Really Vote Along Racial Lines?
Vietnam’s 12th Party Congress
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Vietnam’s 12th Party Congress
A tale of two goals: maintaining a monopoly of power and sustaining economic growth.
Vietnam’s 12th Party Congress
Vietnam’s Corruption Problem
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Vietnam’s Corruption Problem
The country struggles to fight corruption as the public is kept in the dark about officials’ wealth.
Vietnam’s Corruption Problem
US-ASEAN Summit: Preparing for a New Normal
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US-ASEAN Summit: Preparing for a New Normal
Can the U.S. and ASEAN find common ground on the South China Sea?
US-ASEAN Summit: Preparing for a New Normal
The Staying Power of Thailand’s Military
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The Staying Power of Thailand’s Military
The ruling junta is likely to remain in power for the foreseeable future.
The Staying Power of Thailand’s Military
Philippine ‘People Power’ Thirty Years On
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Philippine ‘People Power’ Thirty Years On
The legacy of People Power in the Philippines remains ambiguous.
Philippine ‘People Power’ Thirty Years On
Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Fight
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Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Fight
Anti-corruption could be Jokowi’s ticket to political redemption.
Indonesia’s Anti-Corruption Fight
Vietnam’s Master Plan for the South China Sea
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Vietnam’s Master Plan for the South China Sea
The country’s plan for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance is taking shape.
Vietnam’s Master Plan for the South China Sea
Malaysia After the Scandal
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Malaysia After the Scandal
The 1MDB scandal has drawn attention to corruption in Malaysia, but is it enough to spark reform?
Malaysia After the Scandal
Indonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On
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Indonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On
Indonesia's restrained response to the recent Jakarta attacks is welcome.
Indonesia: Staying Calm and Carrying On
Kaw Thoo Lei: ‘A Peaceful Land’
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Kaw Thoo Lei: ‘A Peaceful Land’
Myanmar's Karen minority continue to fight for sovereignty over their territory.
Kaw Thoo Lei: ‘A Peaceful Land’
Mekong River Commission Faces Radical Change
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Mekong River Commission Faces Radical Change
Donors have dropped their funding, forcing a radical restructuring.
Mekong River Commission Faces Radical Change
Who Will Lead Vietnam?
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Who Will Lead Vietnam?
The country faces a particularly difficult choice.
Who Will Lead Vietnam?
Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
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Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
To understand the group, look at its other tactics.
Beyond Bombings: The Islamic State in Southeast Asia
Thailand Murders: Local Justice on Trial
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Thailand Murders: Local Justice on Trial
The conviction of two Burmese migrants has prompted international criticism over a flawed police investigation.
Thailand Murders: Local Justice on Trial
Vietnam’s Leadership Succession Struggle
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Vietnam’s Leadership Succession Struggle
A pressure-packed political succession has entered its final stages.
Vietnam’s Leadership Succession Struggle
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