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Comparative peacebuilding conference series calls for abstracts

Expressions of interest due by 9 October 2017.

Posing with the king’s body

Some thoughts on the paradoxes of kingly imagery and (in)visibility in the age of Vajiralongkorn.

Fragile paradise: Bali and volcanic threats to our region

The destruction of centuries past should focus the region on preparing for Indonesia’s next mega-eruption.

A better political economy of the Rohingya crisis

Crude speculation about ‘land grabs’ obscures the complex historical roots of today’s Rohingya persecution.

Ketika “ras nasional” mengalahkan kewarganegaraan

Tentang sejarah ideologi kesukuan di belakang penindasan Rohingya.

Daw Suu and Ibu Mega

The article that got its author reported for libel for comparing Megawati and Aung San Suu Kyi.

Fences and ghettoes aren’t the answer in Rakhine

If the government doesn't turn back from the path it's taking in Rakhine, the consequences for Myanmar's future will be severe.

Rohingya identity and the limits to history

The discussion around the history of the Rohingya, at its worst, deflects attention away from the problem of defining citizenship through ethnic indigeneity.

On the latest Rohingya crisis

The likely result of leaving the Tatmadaw to its own devices in dealing with ARSA is the creation of yet another insurgency.

LIVE VIDEO: Indonesia Update Conference 2017

ANU's premier Indonesian studies event will explore the nationalist zeitgeist [re]emerging under Jokowi.

Is Indonesia’s mosque-building boom a myth?

A spike in mosque construction is an oft-cited symbol of Indonesia's "Islamisation". But data suggest it's not actually happening.

Selfie with the Prime Minister

A new film tells the bittersweet story of a young Rohingya refugee's quest for a selfie with Najib.