In India's Sundarbans, climate change is fundamentally transforming the everyday lives of women living in remote chars, or river islands.
New Mandala will be home to a South Asia guest section in the lead up to India's general elections.
A lasting, cleaner India depends on undermining the enduring belief that removal of tainted things is the responsibility of people who are born to the task.
The international community needs to take seriously the scepticism of many Cambodians about its intentions.
The semi-presidential political system has proven robust, despite the challenges in the aftermath of the 2017–18 elections.
Expert speakers discuss the state of Indonesia's politics and economy in 2018, with the focus on the status of minorities.
Despite the routing of UMNO at GE14 amid regime change, Malay politicians still dominate the new coalition government.
A provocative documentary examines the asymmetries of Indonesia’s oil palm boom, but leaves some difficult questions unaddressed.
Once hailed as the saviour of the democratic status quo, Indonesia’s president is now busily degrading democratic norms.
Livestream the annual in-depth updates on Indonesia's politics and economy.
Progressives may hope that Ma’ruf’s conservatism will be checked by realpolitik.
A discussion on the state of academic freedom in Thailand, and what Australian scholars can do to show solidarity with Thai colleagues.
In constitution making, process matters as much as content.
Two leading scholars on the ideological and institutional legacies Pakatan Harapan inherits from the BN regime.
New Mandala is looking for emerging Indonesian experts to write about Indonesia's biggest policy challenges in the lead up to the 2019 polls.
Nicole Curato talks to Clarke Jones about what the 'tough on crime' mentality looks like from inside the Philippine prison system.
International donors need to own up to their own roles in the ongoing Lao hydropower tragedy.
CPP organisational and informational dominance over its rivals has been palpable.
What has and hasn't changed about how the media report on politics and policy after GE14?
The first in a series of podcasts providing a snapshot of Malaysia in the aftermath of GE14.
A pillar of Indonesian civil society faces an ever more acute dilemma between representing a religious community and securing resources and influence within government.
A movement making piety cool for youth alienated from traditional religious organisations has become a national phenomenon in Indonesia.
On 'black campaigns', the Islamic vote, and upcoming presidential elections.