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2018/07/27 | Global Voices
CAMBODIA: Campaigning to Keep Voters' Fingers Clean Ahead of Dirty Elections
Supports of the dissolved opposition party are urging voters to boycott Sunday's general election.
2018/07/27 | Mongabay
Modernizing Malaysia: The Blessings and Stresses of an Infrastructure Explosion
Malaysia is undertaking a breakneck building spree that is lifting its economy while placing its environment and politics under pressure.
2018/07/27 | Garima Garg
PHOTO STORY: Glimpsing Singapore Through Skyscrapers
Exploring Singapore's delicate dance between modernity and tradition through selected snapshots of its soaring skyscrapers.
2018/07/27 | East Asia Forum
ANALYSIS: Why Ethnic Diversity Matters for Southeast Asian Development
Lessons from Indonesia's radical experiment with decentralization can be applied to other rapidly developing ASEAN states. First things first: They must take local diversity patterns into account.
2018/07/26 | The Interpreter
City of Sadness: Mourning the Ruins of Post-ISIS Marawi
Trust must be re-established in Marawi before rebuilding can begin.
2018/07/26 | Chinadialogue
ANALYSIS: AIIB's Belt and Road Plans Augur Ill for the Environment
The AIIB's transport strategy for the Belt and Road Initiative does not even mention the new environmental pressures to which it will expose vast swathes of the globe.
2018/07/25 | TIME
Laos Hydropower Dam Collapses, Hundreds Missing
Hundreds are missing and several are presumed dead after a hydropower dam collapsed in southern Laos on Monday night. About 6,600 people have been displaced by flooding.
2018/07/24 | TIME
North Korea Begins Dismantling Rocket Launch Site
Satellite images suggest Kim Jong-un is engaged in a confidence building exercise.
2018/07/24 | New Mandala
VIETNAM: Workers Protest Proposed Lease of Economic Zones to China
A draft law governing rules in the zones erodes protections for Vietnamese workers, heavily favors Chinese investors, and promotes toxic industries and gambling.
2018/07/24 | Nick Aspinwall
Ignored in Duterte's SONA, Mindanao's Lumads Vow to Defend Ancestral Lands
Ignored by President Duterte in his State of the Nation Address, Mindanao's Lumads continue to feel victimized by martial law, extrajudicial killings, and forced displacement, but will not stop defending their ancestral lands.