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Duterte’s “drug war” migrates to Indonesia

Alarming rhetoric from officials is coinciding with an apparent spike in the use of deadly force by police.

The story of Malaysia through its constitution

Malaysia's Federal Constitution no longer embodies the spirit and intentions of the country's founders.

East Timor’s “Red Rosa”

A look back at Rosa "Muki" Bonaparte Soares' life of anti-colonialism and feminism, cut short by Indonesian occupation.

Distinguishing piety and fundamentalism in Indonesian Muslims

Survey data show no evidence of a link between piety and intolerance, let alone violence.

Feminist facts Myanmar can’t afford to ignore

Myanmar women aren’t relying on outsiders to call out discrimination, or to organise to demand their rights.

Trump’s White House and Thailand’s autocratic descent

The Washington–Bangkok rapprochement permanently threatens Thailand’s already struggling democracy.

Jokowi’s political prisoner problem

It’s one step forward, two steps back for the right of Papuans and Moluccans to peacefully advocate for self-determination.