Internet governance and ungovernance

Istanbul —  About 3,000 representatives of governments, intergovernmental organizations, business, technical, community, and civil society from 132 countries convened here… Read More

Malaysia’s Sinar Project wins regional award, seeks to level up

<iframe width=”560″ height=”315″ src=”//www.youtube.com/embed/mVRDlqhPLyM” frameborder=”0″ allowfullscreen></iframe> BEING present in Istanbul for the 9th Internet Governance Forum (IGF) marked a milestone… Read More

Trust key for IXPs’ role in driving digital economies

THERE is a certain amount of distrust between Internet service providers (ISPs) as they compete for customers and seemingly have… Read More

Filipinos join #IGF2014 – but where’s the Aquino gov’t?

ISTANBUL – The ninth meeting of the Internet Governance Forum opened September 2nd and runs until the 5th here in… Read More

Can Myanmar overcome painful transition like Indonesia?

Once ruled by authoritarian dictatorships for decades and having similar political landscapes, the multi-ethnic Southeast Asia countries Indonesia and Myanmar,… Read More

Media freedom still fragile

Myanmar has made impressive strides toward freedom in the media industry in the past three years, moving from a tightly… Read More

Stewed Pieces of Slippers and Shards of Broken Glass

Political Activist Remembers the Soeharto Era Jakarta–At first glance, the painting on the wall showed the feet of what must… Read More

In Democratizing, Can Naypyidaw Follow Jakarta’s Lead?

JAKARTA—Naypyidaw’s current reform look familiar to the footstep of Jakarta, world third largest democratic nation, when the two countries—once ruled… Read More