Thailand's Yingluck Impeached

[UPDATED] Former PM’s demise spells end for Shinawatra dynasty


Najib’s Political Battles Impede Foreign Policy Agenda

Cannons to the left of him, cannons to the right of him…


Reform in Cambodia May Signal Change

‘Pragmatic’ Hun Sen might relent, but again he might not

Java Cement Plant Sparks National Environmental Debate

A cement plant becomes a lightning rod for new policy decisions for Indonesia’s president

Will Altantuya’s Murderer Talk in Australia?

Malaysian cop’s detention poses dilemma for political figures in Kuala Lumpur

Indonesia Lawmakers Restore Real Local Elections

Bill that would have emasculated democracy is reversed by House of Representatives

Obama’s India Trip: Significant But With Limited Impact

Modi, Obama strike up a friendship

Search for Laotian Activist Continues

Little hope of finding Sombath alive, but activists keep pressure on government

In Japan, a Year for Poignant Memories

70 years since the end of WWII, 20 years since the Tokyo subway gas attack and Kobe earthquake