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South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law
October 22, 2019

South China Sea: The Disputes and Southeast Asia’s Culture of International Law

By Pham Ngoc Minh Trang
Disputes in the South China Sea are not as complicated as they may seem.

Getting Digital IDs Right in Southeast Asia
October 12, 2019

Getting Digital IDs Right in Southeast Asia

By Nabila Hassan
Countries in Southeast Asia are racing to implement digital IDs, but governments must proceed with caution.
Military Chief Visit Highlights India-Brunei Security Collaboration
August 13, 2019

Military Chief Visit Highlights India-Brunei Security Collaboration

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent trip spotlighted the ongoing efforts by both sides to make inroads in their defense cooperation.

Why Brunei’s New Religious Hardening Matters
April 18, 2019

Why Brunei’s New Religious Hardening Matters

By Luke Hunt
The new Islamic laws are only the latest symptom of broader issues in the tiny, oil-rich sultanate.

Brunei Between Big Powers: Managing US-China Rivalry in Asia
November 30, 2018

Brunei Between Big Powers: Managing US-China Rivalry in Asia

By Abdul Malik Omar
A strategic partner for China and the United States, Brunei is riding out great power rivalry in Asia.

Brunei’s Economy Running on Empty
February 17, 2016

Brunei’s Economy Running on Empty

By Matthew Prusak
With oil prices dropping, the sultanate is rapidly approaching a crisis.

Brunei's Christmas Treat: Santa Banned for a Second Year
December 25, 2015

Brunei's Christmas Treat: Santa Banned for a Second Year

By Luke Hunt
The tiny, oil-rich nation continues its assault on Christmas.
The Implications of Brunei’s Sharia Law
May 21, 2015

The Implications of Brunei’s Sharia Law

By Bill Ozanick
The introduction of sharia law may well derail the Sultan’s vision for his country’s future.

Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights
May 12, 2015

Sure, TPP Is 'Win-Win'... Unless You Care About Human Rights

By John Sifton
The Trans-Pacific Partnership won't do much to improve the human rights situation in Asia.

Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report
May 09, 2015

Reclamation, Arbitration, Competition: South China Sea Situation Report

By Ankit Panda
The Diplomat's editors discuss recent events in the South China Sea.

Brunei Cracks Down on Chinese New Year
February 14, 2015

Brunei Cracks Down on Chinese New Year

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The country opens a new front in its battle against non-Muslim celebrations.
Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State
September 04, 2014

Indonesia, Malaysia and Brunei Must Contribute Against Islamic State

By Luke Hunt
A foreign-led coalition against IS must contain a large contingent from Muslim countries.

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