28 July, 2016

Dear Jokowi: are you sure?

Bronwyn Duke

Hard questions for Indonesia's President as he sends 14 more to their deaths.

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Martyrs' Day in Myanmar

Martyrs’ Day a wake-up call

A nation unites under the sound of sirens.


ASEAN’s South China Sea ulcer

South China Sea a health risk and needs to be confronted sooner rather than later.


A statement on the South China Sea ruling

Indonesia foreign policy experts call for respect and restraint.


How Australia Plus became Australia minus

Australia’s television service for the Asia Pacific is a turn off.


To rule over the waves

South China Sea award is a legal and moral victory for the Philippines. But the battle is only half won.


A crown prince and German affairs

Why revealing photos of Thailand's Crown Prince are making royalists anxious.


Royal ink

Taking a closer look at Vajiralongkorn's tattoos and what they mean.


Magic families

Trump, the Thai Crown Prince, the balcony, the stage, and the vanishing act.


Who would voters with no votes vote for?

Extending absentee suffrage for Myanmar’s citizens abroad.

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Social cohesion and scandal cycles in Malaysia

Mahathir on the divisions tearing a country, the opposition and politics apart.


Australia offline in an online world

Time to position Australia as a digital player.


Myanmar’s 2016 batch of babies

What are the prospects for the newest citizens in a new democracy?


Thailand’s hidden republican tradition

Surprisingly, Thailand has one of Asia's oldest republican movements.


Revisiting country risk for Myanmar

Will it be boom or bust for companies investing in a newly democratic Myanmar?


Living in a gangster’s paradise

Civilian defence and street thugs in Indonesia.


Playing with fire

Burning lands and fragile livelihoods in the hills of Myanmar's southern Chin State.


What hope for West Papuan refugees in PNG?

Citizenship not enough to alleviate the struggle of those who have fled Indonesia.