Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
June 15, 2015
Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
Are Australian officials at risk of prosecution?
Australia: Indonesian People Traffickers Paid Off?
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
May 15, 2015
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
Up to 10,000 refugees may be adrift off the coast of Southeast Asian states without food or water.
Southeast Asia Scrambles to Deal With Migrant Crisis
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
May 09, 2015
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
The Diplomat's editors discuss recent events in the South China Sea.
Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
'The Look of Silence' Digs Into Indonesia’s Massacres
May 02, 2015
'The Look of Silence' Digs Into Indonesia’s Massacres
Director Joshua Oppenheimer’s follow up to 2012’s “The Act of Killing” takes a more intimate look at the Indonesian massacres of the 1960s.
'The Look of Silence' Digs Into Indonesia’s Massacres
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
April 27, 2015
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
European covert action forces may be needed in the Mediterranean Sea.
Fighting People Smugglers: Lessons From Australia for Europe
200 Years Ago, Asia Saw the Greatest Volcanic Eruption in Human History
April 11, 2015
200 Years Ago, Asia Saw the Greatest Volcanic Eruption in Human History
The eruption of Mount Tambora in 1815 was a spectacular natural event that affected the entire world.
200 Years Ago, Asia Saw the Greatest Volcanic Eruption in Human History
China Slams US as 'Kibitzer on South China Sea'
March 23, 2015
China Slams US as 'Kibitzer on South China Sea'
In response to a letter by four US Senators to the Departments of Defense and State, Beijing tries to ridicule the US.
China Slams US as 'Kibitzer on South China Sea'
The Tyranny of SE Asia's Establishment
November 08, 2014
The Tyranny of SE Asia's Establishment
The "old middle class" in Southeast Asia is turning against democracy in a bid to protect its interests.
The Tyranny of SE Asia's Establishment
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
October 23, 2014
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
On Friday, China will officially launch its new regional infrastructure bank. Many notable nations will be absent.
Under US Pressure, Major Countries Snub China’s New Regional Bank
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
October 23, 2014
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
CEO Masayoshi Son is looking to make his mark on Southeast Asian’s ecommerce market.
Has Japan’s Softbank Found the Next Alibaba?
Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
September 22, 2014
Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
U.S. cites Japanese ‘underperformance’ at G20, yet Abe’s policies are already in full swing.
Is Abenomics Failing to Meet International Expectations?
How Indonesia and the Philippines Solved Their Maritime Dispute
June 14, 2014
How Indonesia and the Philippines Solved Their Maritime Dispute
The recent Indonesian-Philippine maritime pact offers important lessons for the South China Sea disputes.
How Indonesia and the Philippines Solved Their Maritime Dispute
Indonesia to Conduct Massive Military Drill
May 21, 2014
Indonesia to Conduct Massive Military Drill
Indonesia is preparing for a large, joint military drill in East Java that will begin next month.
Indonesia to Conduct Massive Military Drill
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
March 20, 2014
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
China's hardly in need of more territorial disputes with neighbors. Yet, it has started a new one with Indonesia.
China’s Newest Maritime Dispute
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
February 19, 2014
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Indonesia has become embroiled in maritime disputes with neighbors like Singapore, Australia, and Papua New Guinea.
Troubled Waters: Indonesia’s Growing Maritime Disputes
Indonesian Extremists Drawn To Syrian Conflict
February 01, 2014
Indonesian Extremists Drawn To Syrian Conflict
A new report elucidates the allure of the Syrian conflict to Islamic extremists from Indonesia.
Indonesian Extremists Drawn To Syrian Conflict
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