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Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi and the Cult of Personality
July 14, 2018
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi and the Cult of Personality
Aung San Suu Kyi's cult of personality is continuously projected within Myanmar even while it expires internationally.
Myanmar: Aung San Suu Kyi and the Cult of Personality
Vietnam’s Experiment With E-Government
July 14, 2018
Vietnam’s Experiment With E-Government
The country got a late start, but is expanding its digital government services.
Vietnam’s Experiment With E-Government
Another Violent Spike in Duterte’s Drug War
July 13, 2018
Another Violent Spike in Duterte’s Drug War
Recent weeks have seen another rise in violence that has placed greater scrutiny on the Philippine president and his methods.
Another Violent Spike in Duterte’s Drug War
How Worried Should Laos Be About Its Debt Problems?
July 13, 2018
How Worried Should Laos Be About Its Debt Problems?
The issue poses significant challenges for the Southeast Asian state’s future trajectory.
How Worried Should Laos Be About Its Debt Problems?
Promoting Singapore-Malaysia Maritime Cooperation in the Eastern Strait
July 13, 2018
Promoting Singapore-Malaysia Maritime Cooperation in the Eastern Strait
A look at one area where both countries can further enhance their collaboration.
Promoting Singapore-Malaysia Maritime Cooperation in the Eastern Strait
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
July 13, 2018
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
A national Malaysian car has long been one of Mahathir’s passions, dovetailing with his support of Malay nationalism.
Mahathir's National Car Dreams
Why the Philippines’ New Anti-Terror Law Would Be a Blow to Rights
July 12, 2018
Why the Philippines’ New Anti-Terror Law Would Be a Blow to Rights
Critics fear amendments could trample liberties and further enable a descent into dictatorial rule.
Why the Philippines’ New Anti-Terror Law Would Be a Blow to Rights
China Spy Network Targets Cambodia Ahead of Elections: Report
July 12, 2018
China Spy Network Targets Cambodia Ahead of Elections: Report
A new report offers further evidence of Beijing’s shenanigans.
China Spy Network Targets Cambodia Ahead of Elections: Report
Indonesia’s Aging Farmers
July 12, 2018
Indonesia’s Aging Farmers
Fewer young people are looking to work the paddies, threatening Indonesia's dream of rice self-sufficiency.
Indonesia’s Aging Farmers
What’s Next for Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy With ASEAN?
July 11, 2018
What’s Next for Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy With ASEAN?
A closer look at the opportunities and challenges that lie ahead for the Southeast Asia dimension of Taipei's new initiative.
What’s Next for Taiwan’s New Southbound Policy With ASEAN?
Thailand Cave Rescue Finally Ends Soccer Team Ordeal
July 10, 2018
Thailand Cave Rescue Finally Ends Soccer Team Ordeal
Rescuers pull soccer team to safety after more than two weeks trapped underground.
Thailand Cave Rescue Finally Ends Soccer Team Ordeal
What Does Moon’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Mean for ASEAN-South Korea Ties?
July 10, 2018
What Does Moon’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Mean for ASEAN-South Korea Ties?
While the new policy offers opportunities, it also faces lingering challenges that need to be addressed as well.
What Does Moon’s ‘New Southern Policy’ Mean for ASEAN-South Korea Ties?
What’s Behind Cambodia’s War on Fake News?
July 10, 2018
What’s Behind Cambodia’s War on Fake News?
The government’s efforts to regulate fake news have raised concerns amid a wider campaign to suppress dissent as elections approach.
What’s Behind Cambodia’s War on Fake News?
What’s Next for Singapore’s F-16 Fighter Jet Replacement?
July 09, 2018
What’s Next for Singapore’s F-16 Fighter Jet Replacement?
A look at a significant development within the city-state’s ongoing effort to modernize its air force.
What’s Next for Singapore’s F-16 Fighter Jet Replacement?
Will Aman Abdurrahman’s Death Sentence Backfire?
July 06, 2018
Will Aman Abdurrahman’s Death Sentence Backfire?
By executing a top jihadist, Indonesia may be making its terrorism problem worse.
Will Aman Abdurrahman’s Death Sentence Backfire?
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races
July 06, 2018
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races
A brief look at two compelling contests.
Indonesia’s Regional Elections: The Tale of 2 South Sulawesi Races
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