Through Buddhist ceremonies, relations between perpetrators and victims from different places have been reconnected and restructured.
Antisemitism in Southeast Asia: Stories from Jerusalem to Jakarta
Southeast Asian antisemitism has often bemused scholars and researchers, because it has been described as an antisemitism without Jews.
Violated: Churches and religious freedom in Aceh Singkil, Indonesia
Recently introduced local regulations further narrow the space for reconciliation and human rights-based pluralism.
Coercing mobility: Territory, displacement & SE Asian Muslim Movements
Displacement is a key contributor to the trajectories of “Muslim” politics around the region...
Invoking memories of Darul Islam
Reports from Afghanistan and contemporary memory activism teach us that memories of trauma run deep, as the author and others have found among the Sulawesi survivors of DI/TI.
Jawi: identity and controversy
The furore over a few seemingly innocuous pages in a textbook provide an indication of just how polarised Malaysian society has become.
Politics of Halal certification: the collapse of the MUI’s long-held monopoly
In the wake of increased government oversight, questions nonetheless remain over the MUI’s accountability.
Remembering the “progressive” Philippine Church
The Church should recall its long tradition of fighting for the oppressed and caring for the poor and marginalized, and act in the same spirit towards the current regime