China wakes, Asia quakes, Australia shivers

A contest is under way, writes Graeme Dobell, but it will be more like a nineteenth-century battle than a twentieth-century clash

25 Jul 14 | Comments (0)

Location, location, location

Myanmar is in the thick of the Asian century, writes Nicholas Farrelly

03 Jul 14 | Comments (0)

Indonesia on the knife’s edge

The outside world should be worried by the possibility that Prabowo Subianto could become Indonesian president, writes Edward Aspinall, but the biggest losers will be Indonesia’s own people

17 Jun 14 | Comments (8)

The seismic shifts behind the coup in Thailand

Thailand has been changing in unexpected ways. Grant Evans explores the sociology of a country in continuing political crisis

10 Jun 14 | Comments (2)

China’s search for space

China’s regional muscle-flexing reflects its feeling that it faces significant geographical and symbolic constraints, writes Kerry Brown

19 May 14 | Comments (0)

Indonesia’s next governing coalition: taking a progressive turn?

The likely makeup of the next Indonesian government gives cause for optimism, writes Dominic Berger

14 Apr 14 | Comments (0)

The puzzle of Rusdi Kirana and Islamic politics

Parachuted into the senior ranks of the National Awakening Party, the ethnic Chinese businessman has helped changed the equation among Islamic parties in Indonesia, writes Greg Fealy in Jakarta

06 Apr 14 | Comments (0)

The ten-year search for Somchai

One woman’s fight for justice following the disappearance of her lawyer husband has revealed a climate of corruption and deceit in Thailand. As the ten-year anniversary nears, Kate Hehir takes a closer look

07 Mar 14 | Comments (0)