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Can Southeast Asia Follow South Korea’s Democratization Model?
March 05, 2021

Can Southeast Asia Follow South Korea’s Democratization Model?

By Choi Seong Hyeon
Democratic movements in Myanmar and Thailand may face more challenges than South Korea did in the late 20th century.
Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s Future Uncertain Following Political Upheaval
March 05, 2021

Pakistan PM Imran Khan’s Future Uncertain Following Political Upheaval

By Umair Jamal
Khan will seek a vote of confidence from the parliament after his finance minister was defeated in a Senate election.

UN: 38 Died on Deadliest Day Yet for Myanmar Coup Opposition
March 04, 2021

UN: 38 Died on Deadliest Day Yet for Myanmar Coup Opposition

By Associated Press
The escalation in the violence has led to increased diplomatic efforts to resolve the political crisis — but there appear few viable ways forward.

Facebook Removes Pages and Accounts Linked to Thailand’s Military
March 04, 2021

Facebook Removes Pages and Accounts Linked to Thailand’s Military

By Sebastian Strangio
The offending accounts targeted users in southern provinces that are home to a long-running Muslim separatist insurgency.

Do the Myanmar Junta’s New ‘Peace-Making Committees’ Stand Any Chance of Success?
March 04, 2021

Do the Myanmar Junta’s New ‘Peace-Making Committees’ Stand Any Chance of Success?

By Joe Kumbun
Forging a sustainable nationwide peace was elusive before. It's even more difficult in the midst of the current crisis.
Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath
March 04, 2021

Myanmar Coup and the Aftermath

By The Diplomat
Tin Tin Nyo, Gerard McCarthy, and Yun Sun discuss the coup in Myanmar and where the country is headed.

What Is the CPPCC Anyway?
March 04, 2021

What Is the CPPCC Anyway?

By Shannon Tiezzi
Your guide to the Chinese People's Political Consultative Conference, just in time for its annual session in Beijing.
Kyrgyzstan Tumbles in Freedom of the World Ranking
March 03, 2021

Kyrgyzstan Tumbles in Freedom of the World Ranking

By Catherine Putz
On the back of its October 2020 upheaval and the ensuring political drama, Kyrgyzstan fell into the “not free” category with the rest of the region.

Rohingya Risk Being Forgotten in Global Vaccination Drive
March 03, 2021

Rohingya Risk Being Forgotten in Global Vaccination Drive

By Simon Tran Hudes and Kyra Jasper
The world should make extra efforts to ensure that vaccines are distributed to Rohingya refugee populations.

The ‘China Model’ Is Expanding in Hong Kong
March 02, 2021

The ‘China Model’ Is Expanding in Hong Kong

By Angeli Datt
There are new signs of Hong Kong’s internet, legal, and press systems following in Beijing’s footsteps.

Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Leader to Heavy Prison Term
March 02, 2021

Cambodian Court Sentences Opposition Leader to Heavy Prison Term

By Sebastian Strangio
Sam Rainsy and eight former CNRP officials have been accused of seeking to overthrow the Cambodian government in late 2019.
North Korea Ordered to Pay $2.3 Billion Over Pueblo Incident
March 02, 2021

North Korea Ordered to Pay $2.3 Billion Over Pueblo Incident

By Luke Hunt
Government-appointed "special master" says crew members suffered long-lasting aftereffects, both psychological and physical.

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