High Stakes in Myanmar’s Peace Process

Cease-fire with  armed ethnic groups sought before 2015 general elections


Indonesian Court Says No to Prabowo Presidential Bid

Ex-general vows to fight on but odds are against him


Hong Kong-Shanghai Bourse Tie-up on Track

China’s softly-softly approach to tying markets together comes closer to fruition

Is it Goodbye to the 'Barren Rock?'

Hong Kong’s values are under threat

Mahathir’s Case Against Najib Detailed

Former premier lists specific reasons for his withdrawal of support for serving PM

Thailand’s Crooked Army

A bloated force with 1,400 generals now will seek to run the country

Hope Fades in Burma Search for Buried Spitfires

Long-lost warbirds appear to stay lost

Thailand’s Junta Grinds Exceeding Fine

Junta’s reach into lives of ordinary Thais continues to grow

Notes from the Street

The Anti-Occupy Central Demonstration and its Contradictions

Former Malaysian PM Mahathir Turns on Najib

The emperor, Mahathir says, has no clothes.

Is the UN’s peacekeeper selection process flawed?

Concerns that “death squads” have been sent on peacekeeping missions