A webinar for World Mental Health Day will showcase small sample of extraordinary individuals sharing their experiences in mental health in Indonesia.
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.
Dr Ni Win Zaw’s vision and commitment to development of education will take considerable time to replace.
The promise of the “New Malaysia” that would emerge after the historic 2018 election has been delayed again indefinitely.
The health response has been repeatedly undermined and hampered by the authoritarian tendencies of coup leaders.
Ethical questions around Dutch soldiers’ actions on which the film reflects are less urgent in Indonesian films.
Southeast Asian citizens are not providing carte blanche to their governments to wind back civil liberties and political rights.
Sovereignty concerns arise over foreign ownership of critical national assets, and foreign control of service provision in critical sectors.
A personal tragedy illustrates a larger disaster playing out across the city.
...creating spaces for civil society should be integral to post-pandemic recovery and reconstruction plans.
On their 100th anniversary the CCP received two congratulatory messages from Ethnic Armed organizations (EAOs) in northern Myanmar are noteworthy
Incorporating women's experiences and skills would improve pandemic responses.
While it appears that the military has not changed much over the last decade, the country and its people certainly have.
Join a live-streamed seminar on the state of play for independent and scholarly media on Southeast Asian studies, to mark the occasion.
Patronage politics, like those predominant in South Kalimantan, are a crucial factor exacerbating climate disasters, and governments rely heavily on inadequate technological solutions to mitigate floods.
After two decades of enormous social change on global and local scales, what role will art and artists play in Indonesia’s future?
How were Indonesians’ enjoyment of political, economic, and social rights have been affected by the multiple crises of 2020?
Past US government policies towards Myanmar have been idealistic and flawed by partisan diplomacy.
America’s overlapping strategic interests concerning the South China Sea necessitate diplomatic engagement with ASEAN.
Beyond future statehood, supporting the Palestinian right of self-determination should acknowledge they are best placed to shape their future.
The delicate balancing of labour across the home, workplace and union is no small burden.
COVID-19 interrupted a boom for Indonesian cinema: their rate of recovery may be a bellwether for other sectors.
Local media are failing to supervise regional Indonesia, with many relying on government PR budgets or politicians’ fresh cash.
Conventional wisdom supports an incumbent win, but will GPS face any serious opposition as they take state nationalism to the polls?