New perspectives on Southeast Asia
About New Mandala
Rainsy’s point of no return
The Thai Constitutional Court’s war on freedom of expression
Farewell from a founder
Sitio San Roque: In the peripheries of development
Why Indonesia’s electoral system needs reform
Not the Emperor’s, not the King’s, but the Straits Chinese
The medieval tropics
Crop booms: What we know about smallholder involvement… and why it matters
Cecilie Friis, Juliet Lu, Jean-Christophe Castella, Rob Cole, Miles Kenney-Lazar, Sango Mahanty, Pin Pravalprukskul, and Isabelle Vagneron
Jokowinomics gambles with Indonesia’s democratisation
The role of social media companies in shaping political discourse in Indonesia
What was that election for again?
Development under Jokowi leaves human rights behind
Increasing inroads and growing anger in West Papua
“We try to not be Thai”: the everyday resistance of ethnic minorities
Raising Naik: A resurgence of ethnoreligious sectarianism?
The desecration of corpses on 6 October 1976: who, how and why
Puangthong Pawakapan and Thongchai Winichakul
Indonesia’s pro-democracy protests cut across deep political cleavages
Mapping the 1965-66 killings in Java
Will Canada take Myanmar to the ICJ for genocide?
Scrutinising Thailand’s 2019 annual military reshuffle
Moving the capital: a future in Kalimantan?
What can ‘New Malaysia’ learn from the Bersih Movement?
Hema Preya Selvanathan and Khoo Ying Hooi
Why the ‘Prayuth regime’ will fail to prevail
Twin authoritarianisms in Myanmar
Khin Zaw Win
A small hope: the extension of the Tatmadaw’s unilateral ceasefire
Lwin Cho Latt
Jokowi-Prabowo political reconciliation as Javanese strategy
The poor know they’re poor: The roles of shame and stigma in the everyday lives of people in poverty
‘Green Islam’: Islamic environmentalism in Indonesia
Cultivating consent: Challenges and opportunities in the West Papuan palm oil sector
Despite disinformation, social media in the Philippines remains a space for genuine grassroots mobilisation
Bianca Ysabelle Franco and Septrin (Badz) Calamba
Excusing the inexcusable: Re-thinking political legitimacy in the Philippines beyond the notions of support and loyalty
Anthony Lawrence Borja
Is the era of “Red versus Yellow” over in Thailand?
Brother No. 2 of the Khmer Rouge becomes a lesson learned at the ECCC?
The Neo-JI threat: Jema’ah Islamiyah’s resurgence in Indonesia follows an old playbook
Disappearing Japan: Vajiravudh’s translations of The Mikado and the Thai elite’s admiration of Japan
Buddhism and authority in Thailand in the long run
Genocide recognition in the wake of Nuon Chea’s death
Rachel Killean and Peter Manning
The changing face of fake news
Jonathan Corpus Ong, Ross Tapsell and Nicole Curato
Dawn of a new (editor’s) era
A farewell note from the editor