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Countering Terrorism

JAKARTA – The sweltering heat in the cramped and dark kitchen does little to dampen the spirits of the small… Read More

What Women Want

JAKARTA – In the last decade, this sprawling archipelago has seen a woman sit as president and several important national… Read More

A Failed ‘Domestic’ Diplomacy

KUALA LUMPUR – By half past five every morning, Mukaromah is already up and about, preparing the children for school.… Read More

No Field of Dreams

PEKAN SEMUNJAN, Sarawak, Malaysia – We were lost. All the roads looked the same, with oil-palm trees standing on either… Read More

Blocked by ‘Non-intervention’

JAKARTA – Two judicial verdicts within a month of each other in different parts of the world show how far… Read More

Labouring in the Shadows

MALANG, Indonesia – It’s already late in the afternoon, but bright sunlight is still streaming into the houses here in… Read More

Survival Manual for Migrants

MALAYSIA is not known for having a free press, even though its constitution guarantees its citizens “the right to freedom… Read More

Workers Without Rights

KUALA LUMPUR – Like other Burmese nationals, Ko Myo Kyaw probably took nearly a month to get all the necessary… Read More