During this pandemic, “losing” these key Parliamentary functions has exacerbated the lack of “checks and balances”
Women of different ages and social backgrounds have been at the heart of the Myanmar protests, giving the women's movement unprecedented visibility.
Despite the seeming incredulity of the military and USDP’s claims of fraud, there is reason to take the Tatmadaw’s insistence on the legitimacy of its constitutional claims seriously.
Focusing on the actors shows that despite government and lobbyists’ claims about representing small players, their actions more support already dominant big business.
A new report analyses debates around social cohesion and a failed proposal for a National Harmony Commission in Malaysia in light of Pakatan Harapan's collapse
The return of student protests and the government’s response have are reminiscent of the era of authoritarian rule
In 2020 the role of the Union Election Commission and election monitoring seems increasingly politicised.
Islamists continue to mobilise based on political considerations rather than science and public health concerns.
Hydropower dams in Cambodia generate extensive processes of commodification and extraction, feeding the country’s vast shadow economy.
Sango Mahanty explains how mega infrastructure projects such as hydropower are dramatically transforming nature and society in our region.
Our knowledge of Asia, our learning, our relationships and our expertise have been under fire for the last 20 years.
"Can Indonesia have food security without security?" Colum Graham looks at who really benefits from the government’s recent measures to address Indonesia’s food crisis.
From Timor-Leste, 'this is not a friendly letter. You’re like the black storm clouds that block us from seeing the moon.' Dadolin Murak reflects on what humanity might learn from the challenges we are facing.
Sexism in the Philippines is about "multiple overlapping issues of inequality based on class, religion, sexuality, ethnicity, and also geographic locations" as Dr Maria Tanyag discusses with Nicole Curato.
...globally there are many places where innovation is happening in television and in other forms of media, and the Philippines is definitely one of those places.
The co-existence of Indonesia’s competitive elections with illiberal trends appears contradictory but the two are in fact interrelated.
Penelitian baru menunjuk bahwa sikap patriarkal dan institusi yang kurang ramah menghalangi suksesnya kandidat perempuan dalam pemilihan.
Divisions in Cambodia's opposition have created divergent ideas about the best path forward.
Reflections on the ups and downs of New Mandala and the future for online academic engagement.
Lawmakers have an opportunity to work with experts in civil society and academia to make politics less dependent on financial sponsors.
The make-up of Joko Widodo’s second-term cabinet confirms worrying trends.
Exploring possible paths to justice for crimes against the Rohingya.
New report "Tracking Digitial Disinformation in the 2019 Philippine Midterm Election".