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Myanmar Resistance Fighters Assassinate Retired General
September 26, 2022

Myanmar Resistance Fighters Assassinate Retired General

By Sebastian Strangio
Ohn Thwin, 72, has become the highest-ranking figure to be killed by anti-regime guerrillas since last year's coup.

Dogma Continues to Plague the Indian Left
September 26, 2022

Dogma Continues to Plague the Indian Left

By Snigdhendu Bhattacharya
A communist party leader, Shailaja, was made to turn down the Magsaysay award on the ground that her success was the outcome of collective effort. But communists do sometimes promote individuals over the collective.
The End of Senior Politics in China
September 26, 2022

The End of Senior Politics in China

By Zhuoran Li
Xi Jinping is the first leader since 1978 not to be constrained by powerful elders in the CCP.

Court Denies Philippine Government Attempt to Declare Communist Party a ‘Terrorist’ Group
September 23, 2022

Court Denies Philippine Government Attempt to Declare Communist Party a ‘Terrorist’ Group

By Sebastian Strangio
The ruling by Judge Marlo Magdoza-Malagar stated that the New People's Army used violence as a means rather than an end.

All Eyes on the Andaman Triangle Ahead of Thailand’s Next Election
September 23, 2022

All Eyes on the Andaman Triangle Ahead of Thailand’s Next Election

By Tita Sanglee
The country's southern coastal provinces, once a stronghold of the Democrat Party, are once again up for grabs.

Critic and Key Challenger Softens Stance Against Indian PM Modi
September 23, 2022

Critic and Key Challenger Softens Stance Against Indian PM Modi

By Kavita Chowdhury
Chastened by investigations against her party leaders, West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee makes a tactical shift.

Filipino Victims: Justice Elusive Decades After Martial Law
September 21, 2022

Filipino Victims: Justice Elusive Decades After Martial Law

By Jim Gomez
"I think the biggest lesson which we have always emphasized is that it's not enough that you overthrow a dictator."
Fighting in Maungdaw: A Strategic Turning Point in Western Myanmar?
September 21, 2022

Fighting in Maungdaw: A Strategic Turning Point in Western Myanmar?

By Kyaw Hsan Hlaing
The return of conflict in northern Rakhine State has brought the Arakan Army's goal of autonomy one step closer to fulfillment.

Witnesses: Myanmar Air Attack Kills 13, Including 7 Children
September 20, 2022

Witnesses: Myanmar Air Attack Kills 13, Including 7 Children

By Grant Peck
The number of children killed in the air attack in Sagaing region appeared to be the highest since last February's coup.

The Met’s Cambodia Problem
September 20, 2022

The Met’s Cambodia Problem

By Sribala Subramanian
The museum’s prized collection of Khmer artifacts may have dubious origins.

Bailouts Won’t Save Sri Lanka. Ending Dynastic Politics Might.
September 20, 2022

Bailouts Won’t Save Sri Lanka. Ending Dynastic Politics Might.

By Debrah Gomes and Vineeth Krishnan
For far too long Sri Lanka has been a stage with the Rajapaksas as the only meaningful actors. A democratic renewal may be all that can save the country in the long run.
President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Says His Father Was Not a Dictator
September 19, 2022

President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. Says His Father Was Not a Dictator

By Mong Palatino
In a soft-ball interview with his goddaughter, the new Philippine leader has defended his family's controversial legacy.

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