A New Thailand-Cambodia Military Boost?
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear
Unanimous decision in favor of Cambodia’s claim to surrounding temple grounds.
“Batman Suparman” Jailed in Singapore for Theft, Trespassing
Also: Pirates hijack tanker off Malaysian coast, Cambodia and Thailand’s temple row.
History Wars: A Long View of Asia's Territorial Disputes
The Diplomat takes a look at the long and complex background to some of the region’s most intractable disputes.
World Heritage Adds More Needs More
UNESCO has added 19 sites to its World Heritage list. However, funding remains a sore point.
Thailand Bans Film on Preah Vihear (Updated)
Boundary, a Thai documentary, has been banned. (Update: Ban now lifted)
Don’t Let the Flames of Nationalism Engulf Southeast Asia
SE Asia has seen a spike in violence recently, highlighting the need for a rethink concerning nationalist rhetoric.
Trouble Brewing in Thailand?
Is the killing of a Cambodian soldier along the border with Thailand a sign of Thai domestic troubles to come?
ICJ Rules on Preah Vihear
The ICJ rules that Thailand and Cambodia should withdraw their troops from the site of a disputed temple.
Upbeat on Thai-Cambodia Ties
The election of Yingluck Shinawatra could put relations between Thailand and Cambodia back on track.
Southeast Asian governments have been keen to jump on the football bandwagon. It’s better than warmongering.
Cambodia and Thailand exchange claims over spying as they try to stoke some distracting nationalist sentiment.