Southeast Asia

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January 20, 2014

Cambodia’s People Power

By Peter Maguire
Cambodian protests look set to continue as the opposition senses government weakness.
January 17, 2014

Cambodia: A Dangerous Game of Brinkmanship

By Phoak Kung
The parties must begin talks before Cambodia passes the point of no return. But how to make that happen?

January 15, 2014

The Human Tragedy of West Papua

By Gemima Harvey
The suspicious death of a rebel leader is the latest in a long line of alleged human rights abuses.

January 13, 2014

Myanmar’s ASEAN Chairmanship: Lessons from Cambodia

By Justine Drennan
Will nascent reforms enable Myanmar to avoid a repeat of Cambodia’s notorious term?

January 10, 2014

Thailand on the Brink

By Mark Fenn
As the capital Bangkok braces for a shutdown, the turmoil looks set to continue.
January 10, 2014

Cambodia: An Interview with Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy

“Hun Sen is an anachronism. He’s finished. It’s only a matter of time.”

January 08, 2014

Southeast Asia: 10 Trends to Watch For in 2014

By Prashanth Parameswaran
From Thai turmoil to ASEAN integration, it promises to be an interesting year for the region.
January 06, 2014

Cambodian Democracy Takes a Big Blow

By Luke Hunt
A weekend crackdown threatens the country’s increasingly fragile democracy.

January 02, 2014

Vietnam: Back to Organic?

By Elisabeth Rosen
Worried about food safety, Vietnamese look again at small-scale organic farming.

December 25, 2013

The U.S. Humanitarian Presence in Southeast Asia

By Zachary M. Hosford
U.S. humanitarian and disaster response capabilities are unmatched. It should work to keep them that way.

December 20, 2013

Khmer Rouge Tribunal: The Devil’s Advocates

By Daniel Otis
Defending Pol Pot's right-hand man at the troubled tribunal is a lonely job.
December 18, 2013

Myanmar’s ‘Big Sister’ Leads in HIV Fight

By Michelle Tolson
An organization formed by sex workers for sex workers is making strides in reducing the rate of infections.

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