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Democracy Departs From Bangladesh
May 14, 2015

Democracy Departs From Bangladesh

By Arafat Kabir
Recent elections suggest the political situation is worsening.
Myanmar's Elusive Peace
May 07, 2015

Myanmar's Elusive Peace

By Vishal Arora
Rebel groups in Myanmar say that peace could still be years away.

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang: How to Flog a ‘Dead’ Tiger?
May 06, 2015

The Trial of Zhou Yongkang: How to Flog a ‘Dead’ Tiger?

By James Char
Given the political sensitivities involved, Zhou’s trial is expected to be a tightly choreographed affair.

Understanding Kazakhstan’s Politics
May 05, 2015

Understanding Kazakhstan’s Politics

By Dena Sholk
Nazarbayev’s overwhelming victory notwithstanding, change is taking place in Kazakhstan.

Thailand’s Self-Absorbed Dictatorship
May 01, 2015

Thailand’s Self-Absorbed Dictatorship

By Serhat Ünaldi
It has been a bleak year for democracy in Thailand.
No Surprises in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan
April 27, 2015

No Surprises in Uzbekistan and Kazakhstan

By Paolo Sorbello and Daniyar Kosnazarov
Stability triumphs over reform, as Karimov and Nazarbayev retain power in Central Asia.

Remembering the Fall of Phnom Penh
April 17, 2015

Remembering the Fall of Phnom Penh

By Kevin Ponniah
Survivors recall the days that preceded the terror.
China’s Crackdowns in Tibet
April 14, 2015

China’s Crackdowns in Tibet

By Kevin Holden
Rights groups are pushing for international action on the serial use of lethal force to crush Buddhist dissent.

Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?
April 14, 2015

Sri Lanka: Can Sirisena Deliver on Reforms?

By Taylor Dibbert
What has Sri Lanka's Maithripala Sirisena manage to achieve in his first three months in office?

Cambodian Activists Released
April 13, 2015

Cambodian Activists Released

By Juliette Rousselot
Ten land rights activists from Phnom Penh’s Boeung Kak Lake receive a royal pardon.

Have Myanmar’s Armed Forces Gone Too Far?
April 08, 2015

Have Myanmar’s Armed Forces Gone Too Far?

By Hunter Marston and Andrew Morgan
Recent events show just how far Myanmar has to travel on the road to reform.
Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline
April 08, 2015

Japan: Seeking Renewal in the Face of Decline

By Andrew Oplas
Shinzo Abe’s constitutional reinterpretation has the potential to pay big dividends for the nation.

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