06 December, 2016

Managing a declining threat

Thulasi Wigneswaran

How to deal with ‘the face of Buddhist terror’ in Myanmar.

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Why Rakhine people should embrace human rights

How overcoming a long-held antipathy would benefit the Rakhine community.


Najib’s fear campaign

The beleaguered Malaysian Prime Minister is clinging on to power, but at what cost?


Confronting genocide in Myanmar 

Myanmar's government must acknowledge that genocide is being perpetrated against the Rohingya.


Henry VIII of Thailand

Could playboy Prince Vajiralongkorn ever live up to his beloved predecessor?


Thailand’s long succession

Can Vajiralongkorn deliver the stable monarchy the Thai junta wants?


Who built Marcos’ tomb?

A dictator’s hero’s burial and the Philippines’ post-EDSA democratic crisis.

Moving beyond the Myitsone dam dilemma

How a historical China-Myanmar border treaty can help smooth troubled waters.


Malaysia, the Philippines and ASEAN

Are there still signs for optimism in ASEAN?

Indelible ink being applied to a voters finger after cast their vote during Malaysia General Election in Kuala Lumpur

Crossing the line

Redrawing electoral boundaries in Malaysia another attack to democracy.


The east is red

Why Southeast Asia is now firmly in the grip of China.


Can Thailand tolerate more than one form of Buddhism?

What anti-Dhammakaya sentiment says about Thai political authorities and Buddhism.


‘We are surviving without a dream’

Kachin refugees marooned in Kuala Lumpur.


Drones put land rights back on the map

How West Kalimantan villagers are combining novel mapping techniques and technology with Indonesia's village law to reclaim territory.


President Trump and Southeast Asia

The United States' engagement with Southeast Asia could soon be over, writes Tom Pepinsky.


Cambodia exports can get high on cannabis

Making cannabis legal could be a real export boon, writes Jim Plamondon.