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New & Noteworthy

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 Mayor Accused of Drug Ties by Duterte Dies in Police Raid

Philippine Mayor Accused of Drug Ties by Duterte Dies in Drug Raid

A mayor who had been accused by President Rodrigo Duterte of involvement in drug trafficking was killed along with his wife and 10 other people in coordinated police raids early Sunday, the authorities said.

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. 

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NYSEAN Voices

Talking Indonesia: Pornography

The prohibition of pornography is a controversial in Indonesia, attracting the attention of Islamic conservatives and activists.

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Is time up for Thailand's junta after Watchgate scandal?

NYSEAN Co-Founder Duncan McCargo was recently quoted in this piece discussing the future of democratic elections in Thailand.

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NYSEAN Receives Major New Funding from the Luce Foundation

Luce Foundation has just given NYSEAN a further three year (2018-2020) grant of $475,000 to consolidate the network, boost levels of activity, and to provide financial support for partners to initiate conferences and other activities.

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Will Thailand return to electoral democracy in 2018?

NYSEAN co-founder, Duncan McCargo, discusses the future of political parties and the possibility of future elections in Thailand.

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The New Way: Protestantism and the Hmong in Vietnam

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Violence and the Civilising Process in Cambodia

Roderic Broadhurst joins New Books in Southeast Asian Studies to talk about state violence versus interpersonal violence, French colonial administration, postcolonialism and modernity, Sihanouk and the Khmer Rouge, Hun Sen and authoritarianism, and the challenges of doing historical sociology across multiple regime types and periods. Read more

16 Writers on Their Favorite Translated Titles from Across Asia

Earlier this year, the Asian American Writers’ Workshop launched the Transpacific Literary Project, an editorial initiative to publish new and exciting writing from across East and Southeast Asia on The Margins while building a body of work that might help us better understand the importance of the Pacific World to literature.

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Podcast - The Rohingya Crisis: "Myanmar's Enemy Within" with Francis Wade

In this podcast with NYSEAN partner Carnegie Council, Devin Stewart talks to author Francis Wade about the historical background to the persecution of the Muslim Rohingya minority in Myanmar and gives a first-hand account of the tragic situation now.

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