22 March, 2017

Diplomatic protection for the stateless Rohingya

Farhaan Uddin Ahmed

The UN’s capability to defend citizens of the world.

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Cambodia: towards single party dictatorship?

New laws effectively rig upcoming elections.

Rights law the wrong move?

Why some Buddhist women are concerned about a proposed rights laws in Myanmar.

Lock them all up

New mass incarceration policies in both the Philippines and the US threaten to erode years of progress.

The politics of Himpunan 355

Sharia law, islamic rallies and existential crises in Malaysia.

A life journey’s end after “finding” Myanmar

Paying tribute to an Australian surgeon dedicated to Myanmar's disabled.

“A prison within a prison within a prison”

Mong Palatino chats to Vietnamese dissident Dang Xuan Dieu about his time behind bars.

Risk, gossip and retribution in Thailand

Skydiving, insubordination and rule under the new king.

The politics of native titles in Sarawak

Dayaks' land claims left on shaky ground by self-serving leaders and political malaise.

Royal Thai Embassay clarifies Wat Dhammakaya case

Thai Ambassador to Australia responds to James L Taylor article.

Playing Malaysia’s number game

Can the country's economic data be trusted?

Unlocking Timor-Leste’s road to ASEAN

Why ASEAN should open the door to Dili.

Indonesia’s restive regions still troubled

Aceh and Papua still seek development and peace.

Women workers in Thailand’s caring economy

The critical need to change gender norms and recognise caring and reproductive labor.

Women: pillars of justice in Southeast Asia

Pushing for human rights reform in Southeast Asia.

Trials and tribulations in Cambodia

What the dismissal of Im Chaem case means for ongoing trials against the Khmer Rouge.

No business in business

Where to go next for the stalled debate on Indonesia's SOEs?

Love thy neighbour

Why Indonesia and Australia must acknowledge their secret shared history.

Malaysia’s criminal state of mind

Assassination of North Korean offers Najib a lifeline.