- Daily News
- September 19, 2018
The use of plausibly deniable fishing militia to defend sovereign claims is an attractive option.
If China renegotiates Malaysia’s debt, it could cause a cascade of demands from other countries.
Beijing’s slow-burning ambition to control the strategic sea appears to be a nearing completion.
Anti-fake news legislation may be used against legitimate media sources and political adversaries.
Singapore will struggle to reconcile the competing interests of other ASEAN members and China.
Each setback to peace in the southern Philippines has encouraged more radical insurgents.
A hollow response to the Marawi siege could invite a new terrorist wave across Southeast Asia.
National strategic interests have taken precedent over the suffering of hundreds of thousands.
By silencing the opposition, Prime Minister Hun Sen faces little opposition at next year’s election.
De facto leader Aung San Suu Kyi has been conspicuously quiet about the violence in Rakhine State.
China’s cooperation with ASEAN for a code of conduct is a stalling tactic—and it’s working.
The ongoing siege in the Philippines highlights the region’s deeper counterterrorism problems.