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Thailand’s ‘Green Rush’
February 13, 2019
Thailand’s ‘Green Rush’
With the legalization of marijuana, Thailand hopes to carve out a stake in the global cannabis industry.
Thailand’s ‘Green Rush’
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
February 08, 2019
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
Karen armed groups gather to seek peace while marking the 70th anniversary of the original revolution.
Marking 70 Years of War in Myanmar
Is Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Heading in the Right Direction?
February 08, 2019
Is Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Heading in the Right Direction?
Cambodia needs to recalibrate its relationships with the US and EU, or risk becoming overly reliant on China.
Is Cambodia’s Foreign Policy Heading in the Right Direction?
Suharto’s Shadow Still Lingers in Indonesian Museums
February 06, 2019
Suharto’s Shadow Still Lingers in Indonesian Museums
“New Order” history is a sensitive topic as Indonesia’s presidential election approaches.
Suharto’s Shadow Still Lingers in Indonesian Museums
Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?
January 28, 2019
Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?
The two Southeast Asian states might be the best hope for pressure from the Islamic world.
Are Indonesia and Malaysia Ready to Stand up for China’s Muslims?
Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia
January 16, 2019
Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia
One of Cambodia’s top international school systems has quietly changed hands amid the Gülen controversy.
Turkey’s Gülen Crackdown Comes to Cambodia
The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?
January 15, 2019
The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?
What role can the ICC and ICJ play in bringing justice for the Rohingyas' suffering?
The Rohingyas' Plight: What Options Under International Law?
Rohingyas in Limbo as Diplomacy Falters
January 15, 2019
Rohingyas in Limbo as Diplomacy Falters
Diplomatic failure leaves the Rohingya refugees trapped, stateless, and vulnerable.
Rohingyas in Limbo as Diplomacy Falters
Malaysia’s Rare Earth Debate
January 10, 2019
Malaysia’s Rare Earth Debate
Malaysia may forgo an opportunity to enter the lucrative market in favor of environmental protection.
Malaysia’s Rare Earth Debate
ARIA: Congress Makes Its Mark on US Asia Policy
January 08, 2019
ARIA: Congress Makes Its Mark on US Asia Policy
ARIA is a significant step toward a more engaged U.S. posture in Asia.
ARIA: Congress Makes Its Mark on US Asia Policy
Can the Land of a Million Elephants Survive the Belt and Road?
January 03, 2019
Can the Land of a Million Elephants Survive the Belt and Road?
Chinese-funded projects in Laos could hasten the eradication of the elephant population.
Can the Land of a Million Elephants Survive the Belt and Road?
Hun Sen's Monument to Himself
December 31, 2018
Hun Sen's Monument to Himself
The Cambodian prime minister inaugurated a monument celebrating his own achievements.
Hun Sen's Monument to Himself
After the Tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait
December 26, 2018
After the Tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait
Indonesia has again been devastated by a tsunami, this time without warning.
After the Tsunami in Indonesia's Sunda Strait
Rohingya Women Stitch Their Lives Back Together
December 18, 2018
Rohingya Women Stitch Their Lives Back Together
Rohingya women are battling adversity through an inspiring sewing collective.
Rohingya Women Stitch Their Lives Back Together
Sons of Revolution: Vietnam’s New Protest Movement
December 17, 2018
Sons of Revolution: Vietnam’s New Protest Movement
Hanoi’s conservative leaders are increasingly haunted by Ho Chi Minh’s legacy.
Sons of Revolution: Vietnam’s New Protest Movement
Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack
December 12, 2018
Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack
After 2018’s election, Cambodia’s once united opposition veers toward a split.
Cambodia’s Opposition Begins to Crack
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