A falsified version of Singaporean history has found resonance among the conservative fringe in Latin America.
Illiberalism at home, and pro-market ideologies abroad, are putting pressure on Southeast Asian civil society organisations' financial health.
The New Books in Southeast Asian Studies podcast explores the idea that elections can be instrumentalised by dictators to reinforce their rule.
Welcoming the University of Sydney's Southeast Asian history bloggers to New Mandala.
Why is the PAP sidelining the most worthy candidate to succeed Lee Hsien Loong?
A review of the refurbished Singapore History Gallery at the National Museum of Singapore.
The novelist's work remains a useful window on the politics of freedom of (and from) speech in Singapore.
Lee Kuan Yew isn't to blame if Singapore's political class can't let go of him.
The internet is both a factor in, and a victim of, the region’s crisis of democracy.
Democracy in the region finds itself in dark days. Can anything save it?
A personal account of the author's visit to this exhibition, foregrounding both her construction of state narratives and the curatorial staging of narratives in the gallery.
An embodied response to Sonny Liew's graphic novel and what it reveals about history-telling.
A personal account of an American musician and videographer grappling with the historical biography of Singapore's Lim Bo Seng.
2016 was not a good year for the region's civil liberties, writes Bridget Welsh.
Hearty congratulations shines a prescient light on dark days for democracy in the US of A.
Can coming face-to-face with a complex issue ensure justice, equality, and racial harmony?
Michael Leadbetter reports on the funeral for the King of Cambodia & the passing of the King of Thailand & Lee Kuan Yew.