Asian Studies

Watching the watchers

Examining the Universal Periodic Review of human rights in Southeast Asia.

Witnessing Myanmar’s momentous change

New book provides eyewitness account of country's incredible reforms.

The historian who charted Australia’s Asian future

Anthony Milner pays tribute to the late John Legge.

Survey of Thai Internet use and restrictions

University of Washington study seeks your input.

How did Southeast Asia become a social fact?

Tom Pepinsky looks at how an artificial concept defined a region.

Doing old academia with new media

New Mandala team to deliver new practicum course.

Tackling the region’s policy challenges

New issue of Asia & the Pacific Policy Studies available for free now.

In search of truth and justice: a tribute to Benedict Anderson

Francis Loh Kok Wah reflects on a mentor and a friend.

Ben Anderson: the one and only

Ariel Heryanto pays tribute to the late scholar and his ongoing legacy.

ANU seeks Burmese language lecturer

Exciting new teaching opportunity at ANU.

The crisis behind ‘A Kingdom in Crisis’

Mish Khan and Nicholas Farrelly recap a recent war of words over book on Thai monarchy.

Bamboo forest. Photo: Stuck in customs on flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/stuckincustoms/

It’s time for a truly Asia-Pacific vision at ANU

Why Australia's national university must bite the bullet when it comes to humanities and social science.

A tribute to Nicholas Tapp

Jean Michaud reflects on the life of a prolific intellectual standing at the forefront of his field.

Photo: Claus Rebler on flickr https://www.flickr.com/photos/zunami/

Playing Jenga with Myanmar’s rule of law

How intermediaries are morphing ideas of law and justice.

Crystal balls and change in Myanmar

How scenario development can help chart the country's uncertain future.

Soccer wars in Southeast Asia

Football and nationalism in Thailand, Vietnam and Laos.

Visions of Myanmar, old and new

Stunning images capture change and continuity in the Southeast Asian nation.

Tourism and Myanmar’s missed opportunity

Foreign visitors are one way the country can quickly expand its economy.

A tale of two cities in Myanmar

Yangon and Naypyitaw show the leaps and limits of Myanmar's transformation.

Tale of tea takes out major international prize

New Mandala contributor Jinghong Zhang recognised for study on rise and fall of puer tea.

Man with his bike. Photo by Staffan Scherz on flickr.

Front row seat in fast-changing Myanmar

Eleven students to complete first ever ANU in-country study tour of Southeast Asian nation.

Academic diplomacy in the 21st century

Debate, dialogue and the sharing of ideas will help middle powers muscle up on the world stage.

ANU Thai Studies conference keynote address

Thongchai Winichakul speaks on how Thais educated abroad influence Thai academia and Asian studies.

Making sense of the rule of law

The clash between the rule of law and law and order in Myanmar's courts.