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Harsh Realities in Wake of Typhoon Haiyan
November 18, 2013

Harsh Realities in Wake of Typhoon Haiyan

Anger mounts as Manila’s struggles to cope with last week’s tragedy exposes some endemic issues.

Sri Lanka: Engaging the Diaspora
November 16, 2013

Sri Lanka: Engaging the Diaspora

A robust policy on diaspora engagement remains critical to domestic stability and international relations in postwar Sri Lanka.

China’s ‘Mystery Warriors’
November 13, 2013

China’s ‘Mystery Warriors’

Each year, the PLA gets millions of new recruits. For a few weeks anyway.

Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear
November 13, 2013

Cambodia Cheers ICJ Ruling on Preah Vihear

Unanimous decision in favor of Cambodia’s claim to surrounding temple grounds.

Vietnam Comes of Age
November 12, 2013

Vietnam Comes of Age

A new arts complex in Hanoi reveals a generational shift.

Oil Shock and Revolution Reshape Indonesia’s Fortunes
November 11, 2013

Oil Shock and Revolution Reshape Indonesia’s Fortunes

Forty years after the oil shock Indonesia and the world are on the verge of another energy game changer.

The Limits of China’s Surveillance State
November 08, 2013

The Limits of China’s Surveillance State

The recent attacks point to a future in which repression alone will no longer be enough to guarantee stability.

China’s Touchy Luxury Love Affair
November 05, 2013

China’s Touchy Luxury Love Affair

The shifting of a Christian Dior exhibition reveals much about the sensitivity of Chinese officialdom to luxury today.

Cambodia: Life in Hell
November 05, 2013

Cambodia: Life in Hell

Near the country’s most famous tourist destination, some 300 people live in the direst conditions imaginable.

Flawed Justice in Bangladesh
October 31, 2013

Flawed Justice in Bangladesh

The International Crimes Tribunal has its problems. But for many, flawed justice is better than none.

Women of the Asia-Pacific
August 16, 2010

Women of the Asia-Pacific

We take a look at a selection of countries in the Asia-Pacific and the role and status of women in them today.

Asia's Colourful Celebrations
July 28, 2010

Asia's Colourful Celebrations

Festivities in Asia are plentiful. A visual journey through the region’s big and lesser-known celebrations, from Mongolia to India to the Philippines, shows that there is no lack of energy… and colour.

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