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Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue
March 03, 2016
Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue
Their plight is an all-too-familiar story in the region.
Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
January 28, 2015
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
Radical monk draws ire at home and abroad for insulting a U.N. envoy.
Myanmar’s ‘Mad Monk’ Strikes Again
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?
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
May 30, 2013
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
Plans to revive Burma’s two-child limit for Muslim Rohingyas has sparked staunch opposition on moral grounds.
Myanmar, Burma, Living in La La Land with Two-Child Policy
ASEAN Urges a Youthful Lead for ASEAN Economic Community
May 21, 2013
ASEAN Urges a Youthful Lead for ASEAN Economic Community
ASEAN needs more of two things: solidarity and youth involvement.
ASEAN Urges a Youthful Lead for ASEAN Economic Community
Forty Shipwreck Survivors Denied Entry into Singapore
December 21, 2012
Forty Shipwreck Survivors Denied Entry into Singapore
After being dubbed the “the planet’s most emotionless society”, is a troubling narrative forming?
Forty Shipwreck Survivors Denied Entry into Singapore
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