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6 Out of 10 ASEAN Leaders Listed in RSF’s Gallery of ‘Press Predators’
July 13, 2021

6 Out of 10 ASEAN Leaders Listed in RSF’s Gallery of ‘Press Predators’

By Luke Hunt
In Myanmar, “terror is back” – and the same can be said for much of Asia.

Southeast Asian Journalists Recognized With International Awards
April 28, 2021

Southeast Asian Journalists Recognized With International Awards

By Sebastian Strangio
Two journalists' work encapsulates both the resilience of the region’s media, and the increasing threats to its survival.
Pandemic Year Saw Sharp Decline in Southeast Asian Press Freedoms
April 20, 2021

Pandemic Year Saw Sharp Decline in Southeast Asian Press Freedoms

By Sebastian Strangio
COVID-19 has offered governments a handy pretext for settling their scores with journalists and independent media outlets.

How to Control the Masses by Silencing the Press
January 15, 2021

How to Control the Masses by Silencing the Press

By Emilie Lehmann-Jacobsen
Press freedom is at a low in Southeast Asia – and the region’s governments all seem to be following the same playbook.

In Southeast Asia, Press Freedom Takes a Turn for the Orwellian
November 23, 2020

In Southeast Asia, Press Freedom Takes a Turn for the Orwellian

By David Hutt
Increasingly, journalists are being prosecuted not for publishing falsehoods – but for the potential consequences of their reporting.

Confronting Southeast Asia’s Troubled Media Landscape
June 30, 2020

Confronting Southeast Asia’s Troubled Media Landscape

By Prashanth Parameswaran
A recent incident spotlights the wider troubles in Southeast Asia’s media landscape over the past few years and the challenges in addressing them.

The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia
January 19, 2018

The Rapid Rise of Censorship in Southeast Asia

By Nithin Coca
From Myanmar to Indonesia, governments are clamping down on the internet and social media.
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