Protectionism Grows in China

Report details western companies coming under the gun from regulators


Maintaining America’s Roots in Asia-Pacific

United States must be seen as something more than a visitor if it intends to continue its 150-year presence in the Pacific


Yangon Lights Up

After decades of power starvation, new energy plants produce light

Malaysia’s Karpal Singh Dies in Car Crash

Crash takes life of one of Asia’s most prominent human rights lawyers and opposition parliamentarians

Journalists in Thailand Face Prison for Quoting Pulitzer-Prize Report

Thai Navy tries to quell local reporting using criminal libel laws

Vietnam Getting its Economic Act Together

Vital reforms to stay on track

Generational Change Destabilizes Thai Politics

Privy Council, military and other traditional bodies can’t cope

Leveraging the TPP for Human Rights in Vietnam

Hanoi’s recent release of political prisoners is nothing more than a distraction. The US should use the TPP to demand serious reform

Can the ‘Stans Come Into Their Own?

Central Asia Cooperation: Doomed Vision?

Obama Sets Date for Visit to Tarnished Malaysia

US President set to arrive April 27 as KL faces increasing international criticism

Climate Change: Does Southeast Asia Care?

UN report says greenhouse gases are rising, but meanwhile Indonesia’s green lung continues to disappear