Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
June 21, 2016
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
The three states have been redoubling joint efforts to address problems in the Sulu-Sulawesi seas.
Indonesia, Philippines, and Malaysia Move Toward Patrols in Sulu-Sulawesi Seas
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
June 17, 2016
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
Was ASEAN consensus undermined or is there a more mundane bureaucratic explanation for the confusion surrounding the statement?
The ASEAN-China Special Meeting Mystery: Bureaucratic Snafu or Chinese Heavy-Handedness?
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
June 17, 2016
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
The Yunnan to Singapore rail link should be a showcase for the Chinese strategy, but it too faces hurdles.
Singapore-Kunming Rail Link: A 'Belt and Road' Case Study
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
May 05, 2016
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
As Southeast Asian pirates turn to abductions, what can regional states do?
Abductions at Sea: A 3-Way Security Challenge for Indonesia, Malaysia, and the Philippines
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
April 05, 2016
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
Delays, canceled flights and handwritten boarding passes.
Bumpy Start for Malaysia’s First Sharia-Compliant Airline
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
March 22, 2016
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
The Malaysian government may have lost its moral authority, but that doesn’t mean ISIS threats aren’t real.
ISIS, Malaysia, and the Risks of Lost Moral Authority
A False Start for Sino-Pakistani JF-17 <em>Thunder</em>?
January 09, 2016
A False Start for Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder?
Malaysia publically declares that it is not considering the JF-17. How come?
A False Start for Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Thunder?
The Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Might Have Another Buyer in Asia
December 23, 2015
The Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Might Have Another Buyer in Asia
Malaysia recently expressed an interest in the JF-17 Thunder.
The Sino-Pakistani JF-17 Might Have Another Buyer in Asia
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
August 15, 2015
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
The Diplomat‘s Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss ASEAN's role in the present Asian security landscape.
Assessing ASEAN's Place in the Asian Security Landscape
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
August 05, 2015
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
A proposal first aired in 2014 is gaining new traction as tensions rise in the South China Sea.
Southeast Asian Countries Warm to US-Proposed Freeze on South China Sea Land Reclamation
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
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
May 12, 2015
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
The Trans-Pacific Partnership won't do much to improve the human rights situation in Asia.
Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
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
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
April 22, 2015
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
The MSR is designed to pacify neighboring countries threatened by China’s territorial claims, but will it work?
China’s Maritime Silk Road Gamble
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
March 04, 2015
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
The country’s armed forces chief signals rough road ahead for peace monitors.
Malaysian Peacekeepers Could Face Toughest Challenge Yet
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
November 20, 2014
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
This has not been a good year for Southeast Asian democracy.
Southeast Asia: Democracy Under Siege
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