Uneven Refugee Protections Across Southeast Asia Put Migrants at Risk
By Estey Chen
Only three of the region's nations have signed the relevant U.N. conventions on refugees and asylum seekers.
Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Face Difficulties in Thailand
By Audrey Gaughran
Thailand needs to take action to address its failure to offer protection to those most in need.
Detained Christians in Thailand: ASEAN’s Latest Refugee Issue
By Luke Hunt
Their plight is an all-too-familiar story in the region.
A Real Durable Solution for Southeast Asia's Refugees
By Adam Saltsman
The conversation must be broadened if "durable solutions" have any chance of being truly durable.
Myanmar’s Refugee Problem: It’s Not Just the Rohingya
By Kirsten McConnachie
Other ethnic groups from Myanmar are facing an increasingly difficult situation too.
The Rohingya: Humanitarian Crisis or Security Threat?
By Siegfried O. Wolf
Global attention to the Rohingya issue is rising, but not necessarily for the right reasons.
ASEAN to Step Up Fight Against Transnational Crime
By Prashanth Parameswaran
Malaysia pushes for stronger regional response at a key regional meeting.
How to Solve Southeast Asia’s Refugee Crisis
By Silvia di Gaetano
Steps can and should be taken to alleviate the plight of the Rohingya.
Whither Regional Cooperation in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis?
By Penelope Mathew
Collaboration is notably lacking. Here's one approach governments can take.
Towards A Real Solution to Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis
By Antje Missbach
A true resolution demands more than empty rhetoric.
The Labeling Problem in Southeast Asia's Refugee Crisis
By Susan Kneebone
The 'irregular migrant' label does not make much sense.
Australia and the Southeast Asia Refugee Crisis
By Dr. Savitri Taylor
A look at Canberra's role - or lack thereof.