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Dark side of a ‘light touch’

By Hah Foong Lian IT’S NO secret that the Singaporean government has an iron grip on the mainstream media, but… Read More

Defeating rivals through defamation lawsuits

By Hah Foong Lian SYLVIA LIM has a master’s in law from the University of London and has a stable… Read More

Perils of the press

By Joseph Israel M. Laban DILI, EAST TIMOR – What has been described as East Timor’s leading independent daily operates… Read More

The Price of Peace

By Joseph Israel M. Laban JAKARTA, INDONESIA AND DILI, EAST TIMOR – With intermittent applause and encouraging laughter, it was… Read More

Shooting the Messenger

By Htar Htar Myint MANILA – A cupboard full of books stands against a wall covered with posters of Philippine… Read More

Truth or Consequence

By Imam Shofwan DILI and VIQUEQUE – She is said to have been breathtakingly beautiful, and even now, decades later,… Read More

Burmese Workers: Going from Bad to Worse

By Zaw Naing Oo Khant Zaw was so thirsty and hungry after walking all night without food and water that… Read More

Thai-Muslim Students Abroad Eyed with Suspicion

By Nita Roshita Yogyakarta, Indonesia and Pattani, Thailand – The seven young people in the room look nervous. They want… Read More