Indonesia foreign policy experts call for respect and restraint.
ASEAN’s South China Sea ulcer
South China Sea a health risk and needs to be confronted sooner rather than later.
To rule over the waves
South China Sea award is a legal and moral victory for the Philippines. But the battle is only half won.
Hanoi’s hopes rise with China’s dashed nine-dash line
Why Vietnam is the big winner in the South China Sea ruling.
Major powers behaving badly
The South China Sea ruling is a test to global order. Will Beijing pass?
Judgement day won’t bring the end of times
South China Sea ruling between Philippines and China can lead to diplomatic solutions.
Jakarta left all at sea by island clash with China
What the South China Sea reveals about Indonesia's foreign policy.
Ritualism and the erosion of human rights
States in the Asia-Pacific increasingly pay lip service to protections they sign up to.
Sea folly and US-China relations
Provocative patrols no way to turn the tide in contested South China Sea.
Challenging China and preserving order
Beijing’s moves in the South China Sea need to be met with an assertive ‘costs imposing’ strategy.
China and the vote
Like a dour brylcreemed uncle, Beijing will be warning Naypyitaw about all this change-y, hope-y stuff come 8 November.
A tribute to Nicholas Tapp
Jean Michaud reflects on the life of a prolific intellectual standing at the forefront of his field.
Wave of rhetoric on South China Sea sets dangerous tone
US and Australia must work with ASEAN on China's contentious island building.
The high price of Chinese hydropower
Lack of governance leads to costly social and environmental impacts.
War in ASEAN’s troubled waters
Hunter Marston argues that conflict in the highly contested South China Sea can be avoided.
Tale of tea takes out major international prize
New Mandala contributor Jinghong Zhang recognised for study on rise and fall of puer tea.
Kokang 2015: Unknown unknowns
Eisel Mazard reflects on the limited global appetite for understanding obscure wars in distant places
China and Myanmar’s reforms
Trevor Wilson, former Australian Ambassador to Myanmar, examines the important relationship with China at this time of flux and uncertainty
Fieldwork in upland Asia
In this extract, Associate Professor Sarah Turner from McGill University in Canada introduces a new book about doing research in socialist Asia
Cross-border Shan: Naw Kham and Twet Nga Lu
Since modern borders were first established in the Mekong region, opportunists like Naw Kham have used them to pursue their own economic and political agendas.