While Cambodia’s political situation remains unpredictable, an almost identical post-election impasse in Malaysia now nears resolution.
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Two years ago, President U Thein Sein and Daw Aung San Suu Kyi met for the first time.
In the recent past, two men who could hardly be more different have been elected to govern the capital cities of their countries.
Tim McLaughlin on the engagement between the United States and Myanmar, and the blinkered view of history upon which it is founded.
Myanmar's policy makers, development partners and parents must recognise that money alone will not be enough to raise educational standards.
Roger Mitton makes the case for Edward Snowden to seek asylum in Cambodia.
Two recent articles published in the Messenger news journal reflected the outdated thinking of Myanmar’s dictatorship, not the new democratic approach required for its political transformation writes Janelle Saffin.
The University of Sydney's Andrew McLeod on the reform process, and the need for dialogue on constitutional change.
Roger Mitton on the inexcusable anti-Vietnamese sentiment spouted by Cambodian Opposition Leader Sam Rainsy in his election campaign.
Roger Mitton on U Thein Sein's rise to the top job, and the reform process.
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