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ASEAN at 50: A New Test for Democracy in Southeast Asia
May 03, 2017
ASEAN at 50: A New Test for Democracy in Southeast Asia
The aspects of the ASEAN Charter dealing with rights and democracy have been largely ignored.
ASEAN at 50: A New Test for Democracy in Southeast Asia
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
May 24, 2016
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
ASEAN can take some reasonable measures to address the plight.
Eliminating Statelessness in Southeast Asia
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
July 23, 2015
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
The Diplomat launches a new series on the region's refugee crisis. Here's why it matters.
Why Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis Matters
ASEAN Has Some of World’s Tightest Religious Controls
March 03, 2015
ASEAN Has Some of World’s Tightest Religious Controls
A report finds the region has some of the world’s worst religious restrictions.
ASEAN Has Some of World’s Tightest Religious Controls
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
February 20, 2015
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
A new report has some pretty bad news for the region on this score.
ASEAN Has World’s Worst Elections
Malaysia Comes Under Fire From Indonesia Ahead of Jokowi Visit
February 05, 2015
Malaysia Comes Under Fire From Indonesia Ahead of Jokowi Visit
Insulting ad against Indonesian maids triggers stern protest from Jakarta.
Malaysia Comes Under Fire From Indonesia Ahead of Jokowi Visit
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
January 22, 2015
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
As ASEAN chair, Malaysia can help make the group a truly people-centered community.
Can Malaysia Shape ASEAN Beyond 2015?
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
December 16, 2014
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
Call issued on anniversary of disappearance of Lao civil society leader Sombath Somphone
ASEAN Should Confront Laos On Rights Abuses: NGOs
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