Photo Essays The Drowning Land By Garry Lotulung | February 09, 2023
Sea level rises are often spoken about as a potential future impact of climate change. But on the Indonesian island of Java, they are already threatening millions.
Politics Japan’s Kishida Fails to Learn Abe’s Political Lessons By Carlos Ramirez | February 08, 2023
Abe Shinzo learned the hard way: Voters don’t care about foreign policy achievements if the economy is struggling.
Politics Indonesia Confronts the Past, While Sidestepping the Present By Rory James | February 07, 2023
What motivated President Joko Widodo's recent acknowledgement of gross past human rights abuses?
Security Flexible Enmeshment: The Philippines’ New Approach to China-US Competition By Justin Baquisal | February 06, 2023
Marcos could be characterized as a middle ground between his predecessors – not as pro-U.S. than Aquino, but less pro-China than Duterte.
Politics Sri Lanka’s Flawed Path to Independence By Devana Senanayake | February 04, 2023
Sri Lanka’s elite-driven independence process laid the groundwork for the problems that continue to plague the country today, from ethnic tensions to inequality.