New report "Tracking Digitial Disinformation in the 2019 Philippine Midterm Election" examines the rapidly evolving digital disinformation landscape.
If he’s serious about building Indonesia’s “human capital”, Jokowi should make mental health a policy priority.
Progress for pro-women policy requires being honest about the social and political barriers activists face.
What happens when civil society, the media, and policymakers are based in different cities?
Indonesia needs evidence-based policy, not policy-based evidence.
The 2019 ANU Indonesia Update conference takes stock of Indonesian democracy.
Authoritarian successor parties can be an important part of democratic consolidation, so we shouldn’t necessarily welcome a weak USDP.
Economic change is eroding the political power of traditional custodians of land in this part of Eastern Indonesia.
Jokowi owes his victory to NU support, and NU expects both material and ideological dividends.
New survey data show how strongly partisanship effects Indonesians’ policy preferences.
The reformist chairman of Indonesia's Investment Coordination Board (BKPM) spoke to ANU's Hall Hill for New Mandala.
The “i-Suri” scheme shows the PH government continues to make limited strides toward women’s progress.
Pakatan Harapan had promised academic freedom and institutional autonomy for public universities. Can it—or will it—deliver?
Despite Malaysia’s record of economic growth since the 1970s, poverty remains a persistent, and especially vexing, problem. How likely is a structural remedy under the new PH government?
Saigon’s hidden presidential palace and forgotten president: the Republic of Cochinchina and Nguyễn Văn Thinh
Reconsidering an oft-overlooked chapter in Vietnam’s decolonisation.
Party-hopping and partisan polarisation have characterised the post-GE14 landscape. What are the implications?
Can Malaysia's new government depend on its unelected Islamic bureaucracy?
Duterte’s success on 13 May entrenches populism further.
"Pengundi yang dilupakan: Orang Asli dan Malaysia Baru"
Two years on since Marawi's siege and the city remains in ruin. Will locals ever be able to return?
Scholars and activists discuss the region's persistent struggles with democracy at a recent ANU conference.