Fundamental human rights and democratic principles are at stake - and so is the president’s credibility says Jim Della-Giacoma, Asia Program Director of the International Crisis Group.
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The Malaysian election three weeks ago brought great satisfaction to all dispassionate observers., writes Roger Mitton.
Aung Zin Phyo Thein on the the state of Myanmar's education system, and the prevalence of 'international schools'.
Aye Myat Thandar on the importance of preserving Myanmar's biodiversity, and conservation of its rich and varied ecosystems.
As well as being a haven for discerning diners, Phnom Penh’s Secret Room is also the spot where topics of the day are often thrashed out passionately by the city’s most interesting people.
Dr Nigel Finch says there is clear evidence that Myanmar's economy is poised to make a rapid turnaround.
Students implore Myanmar citizens to end racism and violence in the name of religion.
Roger Mitton counters the argument that democracy is 'in retreat' in Southeast Asia.
There is an old saying that love can easily turn into hate but it has been surprising to see how quickly this has happened regarding The Lady.
The recent disappearance of Myanmar’s pro-democracy icon Daw Aung San Suu Kyi is the saddest news for a long time.
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