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Trafficked at the Border

ALOR SETAR, Malaysia – He was just 17, a minor in most countries, when Malaysian police caught him on his… Read More

Children Without Country

MAE SOT, Thailand – Like other children in his neighbourhood in this northwestern Thai district, eight-year-old Pyae Phyo Aung wants… Read More

The New Boat People

ON THE THAI-BURMESE BORDER—When the dogs start baying at night, fear begins to grip those living in a village in… Read More

Southern Discomfort

PATTANI, SOUTH THAILAND — Armed soldiers, their rifles ready to shoot, stand behind bunkers of sand bags as we enter… Read More

Thinking of EU

KUALA LUMPUR — On 15 December 2008, Southeast Asia took the first major step towards creating a pan-regional social and… Read More

2010 Fellowship: An ASEAN Community: Vision or Delusion?

The theme revolved around ASEAN’s direction to develop “One Community”, founded on, among other things, a new charter, aspirations for… Read More

2009 Fellowship: The Challenge for Human Rights under the new ASEAN Charter

The ASEAN Charter was adopted at the 13th ASEAN Summit in November 2007 and came into force in December with… Read More

Political storm brewing

Source: Bangkok Post The Burmese government’s woefully inadequate response to Cyclone Nargis, coupled with its opportunistic attempt to sneak by… Read More