...problems like historical distortion and human rights violations appear to be non-issues for the Marcos administration.
Professor He draws on a range of case studies in Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines, and reflects on the wider trend of deliberative democratization in Asia and beyond.
A focus on issues and dynamics that can be expected to define his presidency.
As political space contracts, the role for informal networks or coalitions expands.
The fact that dirty money needs to be cleaned provides opportunities for law enforcement agencies in ASEAN to collectively monitor drug lords and drug traffickers.
...a focus on issues and dynamics that can be expected to define his presidency.
EngageMedia's latest report tries to understand how people in different contexts imagine and experience the growing digital landscape through the lens of data justice.
The new president and the rule of law, the judiciary, patterns of political mobilisation, and media and disinformation.
Violence was avoided this election, but is more likely in the 2025 BARMM regional elections
...movements signify the transformative potential of people’s power & its inherent precarity; state responses to protestors’ demands range widely...
History, morality and facts become subservient to the success and protection of the individual leader.
...these are fundamentally contrary to the principles of international human rights law and fail to meet the principle of “legal certainty” of international law.
Everyday political action shows democracy can work amidst constraints, in the aftermath of a tragedy.
Will Leni Robredo be able to overcome Bongbong Marcos’s decisive lead in the surveys?
A forum examining the dynamics of the upcoming national election in the Philippines.
Citizens and civil society in the Philippines are fighting back in the legal sphere against an instrument of repression.
APT10 forces us to look past the categories of nation or ethnicity to embrace perspectives in life that are centred on multiplicity and hybridity, on community and friendship.
How can policies can better support migrant workers in return preparedness and safety nets, when planning to return permanently & in moments of disruptions?
Adele Webb offers a spirited defence of what she calls 'democratic ambivalence': the mixed feelings many Filipinos harbour about their own hybrid political system.
The pandemic did not trigger educational access issues for those living in urban poor communities; it just made them worse.
Analysing the development of Filipino, Thai and Indonesian laws and policies for the achievement of the human right to a healthy environment.
Palakasan is a “negative” social practice that distorted the allocation of the SAP and other aid which local politicians had control over.
95% of hundreds of thousands of internally displaced people in resettlement sites built after Typhoon Haiyan in 2013 are not vaccinated.
In this episode of the Nordic Asia Podcast Kenneth Bo Nielsen is joined by Olle Törnquist to discuss the main results and arguments in what he calls his endbook.