Why Are Southeast Asia’s Young Voters Turning to Illiberal Populists?
By Imran Said and Alexander Berghaus
Recent elections have upended the assumption that young people are inherently more progressive than their elders.
Navalny’s Death Highlights the Dangers Facing Cambodia’s Political Prisoners
By Sam Rainsy
The world should ensure that the same fate does not befall the more than 60 "hostages" in the country's prisons.
Most UN Security Council Members Demand Taliban Rescind Decrees Seriously Oppressing Women and Girls
By Edith M. Lederer
Russia, China, Mozambique, and Algeria didn't sign on to the statement.
2 Chinese Bloggers in Exile Warn That Police Are Interrogating Their Followers
By Dake Kang and Huizhong Wu
Wang Zhi’an and Li Ying said in separate posts that Chinese police were interrogating people who followed them on social media, and urged followers to take precautions.