New & Noteworthy

The Radicalisation of Indonesian Women Workers in Hong Kong

Conflict and Compromise in the Southern Philippines: The Case of Moro Identity

The Mindanao Peace Talks: Another Opportunity to Resolve the Moro Conflict in the Philippines

The Contest Corners of Asia: The Case of Mindanao, Philippines

Rebellion, Political Violence and Shadow Crimes in Bangsamoro

Applying a Violence Intensity Index in the Bangsamoro

Violence in the Bangsamoro and Southern Mindanao

Violence in the Bangsamoro and Southern Mindanao

Preventing Rido: A Practical Guide for the Police and other Community Peacekeepers

The Philippines: Renewing Prospects for Peace in Mindanao

The New York Times
Philippine Congress Extends Martial Law in Besieged Region

Philippine Congress Extends Martial Law in Besieged Region

The Philippine Congress voted on Saturday to extend martial law in the southern part of the country, giving the military five more months to crush a rebellion there by Islamic State-inspired militants.

IPAC
Marawi, the "East Asia Wilayah" and Indonesia

Marawi, the "East Asia Wilayah" and Indonesia

In this report, IPAC examines how support for ISIS and an “East Asia Wilayah” came about, how the Marawi siege has affected the two main networks of pro-ISIS supporters in Indonesia, and what might happen next.

Human Rights Watch
"Just Let Us Be" Discrimination Against LGBT Students in the Philippines

"Just Let Us Be" Discrimination Against LGBT Students in the Philippines

Schools should be safe places for everyone. But in the Philippines, students who are lesbian, gay, bisexual, and transgender (LGBT) too often find that their schooling experience is marred by bullying, discrimination, lack of access to LGBT-related information, and in some cases, physical or sexual assault. 

The New York Times
Dispute Over Singapore Founder's House Becomes a National Crisis

Dispute Over Singapore Founder's House Becomes a National Crisi

Two years after his death, no memorials, statues or streets in Singapore are named after Lee Kuan Yew, who established this city-state as a modern nation and built it into a prosperous showcase for his view that limited political freedoms best suit Asian values. Now a bitter and public family dispute over the fate of his modest house has shattered Singapore’s image as an orderly authoritarian ideal and hinted at deeper divisions about its political future.

New Mandala
Jokowi forges a tool of repression

Jokowi forges a tool of repression

On July 10, Indonesia’s President Jokowi signed a decree that allows for the banning of civil society organizations. Usman Hamid, director of Amnesty International Indonesia, and Liam Gammon, a PhD student at Australian National University, argue that with this decree "Jokowi has placed the legal existence of every NGO and civic organization in Indonesia at the mercy of a unilateral executive decision.”

PBS Newshour
As Cambodia’s economy grows, low-income residents left behind

As Cambodia’s economy grows, low-income residents left behind

Cambodia has one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, with a booming manufacturing industry and agricultural exports. But a burgeoning real estate market is causing displacement among farmers and low-income Cambodians, as the government grants large swaths of territory to companies for commercial projects. 

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NYSEAN Voices

Carnegie Council Podcast- Duterte's Drug War and Human Rights in the Philippines and Southeast Asia

Duterte created a human rights calamity, says Phelim Kine of HRW

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Carnegie Council Podcast - In Cambodia, "Democracy" is just a term

Human rights lawyer Sophorn Sek discusses Cambodia's governance

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Carnegie Council Podcast- Democracy and the Deep State in Myanmar

Devin Stewart and Maureen Aung-Thwin discuss Burma's transition to democracy. 

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Rebranding the Marcos Legacy

Development of Asian 'strongman' image could help discredited regime in comeback efforts   

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Podcast - The Perfect Business? Anti-Trafficking and the Sex Trade along the Mekong

Sverre Molland discusses the ethnography of traffickers and anti-traffickers.

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Prof. Duncan McCargo talks about the changes in the behavior of politicians who are likely to win polls

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Local poll leaves Hun Sen looking vulnerable in 2018 election

Cambodia's ruling party needs to woo disenchanted voters to retain hold on powe

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Podcast - Talking Indonesia: Banning Extremist Groups

Dr. Dave McRae and Sidney Jones explore how Indonesia should deal with Islamist extremists.

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