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ASEAN challenge to Vietnam

Vietnam’s attitude and actions towards its media and citizens takes on additional significance in 2010, as the country assumes the… Read More

Back to the drawing board for Timorese media, parliament

Timor Leste’s nation-building efforts continued in 2009, even as a legislative framework was being laid for its media industry. As… Read More

Polarizing colors in Thailand continue to put free expression to the test

Continuing attempts by former PM Thaksin Shinawatra and his political allies to reassert themselves in Thailand’s political landscape, the abuse… Read More

Singapore media: Self-censorship or else

Singapore filmmaker Martyn See said that the only way to see the sincerity of his country’s government in its 2008… Read More

Ampatuan Massacre a portent of more unpleasant things to come?

The year 2009 gave the Philippines the dubious record of having the most number of journalists killed in a single… Read More

Race and religion influence Malaysia’s media policies

The political crisis and increasing strain between various religious and ethnic groups marked 2009 in Malaysia and are likely to… Read More

Laos’ dilemma: Relax restrictions as media technology gets an upgrade

The year 2009 saw Laos working to raise its information and communication technology sector, bringing it closer to international standards.… Read More

Media, opposition party under fire from Cambodia’s strongman

Since 2008, the government of Prime Minister Hun Sen has been witness and apparent party to an alarming series of… Read More