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The Enduring Role of Mistresses in Southeast Asian Politics
May 04, 2022

The Enduring Role of Mistresses in Southeast Asian Politics

By David Hutt
From the Philippines to Cambodia, male politicians' adulterous behavior has shaped political careers and national trajectories.

Southeast Asia’s Leaders Are the Right Age
April 07, 2022

Southeast Asia’s Leaders Are the Right Age

By David Hutt
The region's recent history furnishes little evidence of a correlation between a leader's youthfulness and their political worldview.
The Future of Democracy in Southeast Asia: More Discontent or Hope?
August 14, 2020

The Future of Democracy in Southeast Asia: More Discontent or Hope?

By Prashanth Parameswaran
The trajectory of democracy and governance in the region deserves close attention due to its significant implications as well as the role of various actors in shaping its evolution.

Southeast Asia’s Princelings
April 29, 2020

Southeast Asia’s Princelings

By David Hutt
From Indonesia to Cambodia and beyond, the children of politicians are keeping the family business going – for better or for worse.

A Life Covering Corruption, Conflict, and Contemporary Politics in Southeast Asia
March 06, 2020

A Life Covering Corruption, Conflict, and Contemporary Politics in Southeast Asia

By Luke Hunt
A conversation with Australian foreign correspondent Craig Skehan and his decades in Southeast Asia.

Southeast Asia Between Democracy and Authoritarianism: Look Beyond the Litmus Tests
January 25, 2019

Southeast Asia Between Democracy and Authoritarianism: Look Beyond the Litmus Tests

By Prashanth Parameswaran
While there are important markers to assess the evolution of regime transitions, they can oversimplify more complex developments.

3 Events That Could Heat up Southeast Asia This Summer
July 06, 2016

3 Events That Could Heat up Southeast Asia This Summer

By Mong Palatino
A look at three key developments that could have important regional implications.
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