Bajau: The Vanishing Seafarers of Southeast Asia
By Claudio Sieber
Today, only 100-200 seafarers remain on traditional "Lansa" houseboats near Borneo’s shorelines.
The Strategic Patience of Dawlah Islamiyah in Mindanao
By Kenneth Yeo
The rise of a new leader suggests that Islamist militants continue to pose a clear and present security threat in the southern Philippines.
The Normalization Process in the Bangsamoro Faces Rising Uncertainty
By Georgi Engelbrecht
Delays in the decommissioning of Moro rebels and other measures threaten the fragile peace in the newly created Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.
Mindanao After Martial Law
By Nick Aspinwall
After 31 months of martial law following the siege of Marawi, both the military and insurgents are still firmly in place.
Countering Violent Extremism After Mindanao’s ‘New Dawn’
By Michael Henry Yusingco
A coherent approach to violent extremism is need in the new Bangsamoro Autonomous Region.
DNA Tests Confirm Death of Philippine-Based Islamic State-Linked Leader
By Jim Gomez
A major Philippine-based IS commander was killed in a March 14 gun battle.