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Journalists prepare for more legislative battles

23 January 2010 Barely a month after his inauguration in 2009, reelected Indonesian president Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono found himself implicated… Read More

Chalerm’s Paper

25 March 2002Source: Bangkok Post Politician Chalerm Yubamrung’s weekly newspaper will make its debut on April 2 with a front-page… Read More

Philippine media group releases 2008 press freedom report

25 March 2009Source: CMFR As the year 2008 ended, another radio broadcaster in Northern Samar in the Philippines was killed… Read More

Islamic Moderates, Hard-Liners Wage Battle in Media

24 December 2002Source: By: Berni K. Moestafa, The Jakarta Post A number of local publications have recently rejected or become… Read More

Legal and media experts working to hammer out common reform package on libel laws

21 January 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Allaince Thais working to hammer out common reform package on libel laws Thai legal… Read More

SEAPA: PM Thaksin should take a bow for Thailand’s dismal showing in 2005 World Press Freedom Index

21 October 2005Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEPA) The latest World Press Freedom Index released by the Paris-based Reporters Without… Read More

Media group hits government for neglecting reforms

[Source: CIJ] The Malaysian government under the Barisan Nasional remained rooted in its approach and ignored calls for greater respect… Read More

Looking back, looking ahead: The state of the press in Southeast Asia

Source: Southeast Asian Press Alliance (SEAPA) The months ahead will hold much peril and uncertainty for members of the press… Read More