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China’s Whistleblowing Culture and the Sensitive Youth
Society doesn’t improve with people reporting on each other.
“Haunted by Our Continuing Pain”: Martial Law Survivors React to Marcos Restoration
Survivors of martial law in the Philippines gathered in the wake of the restoration of the Marcos family to power. They fear a return of the worst abuses from the era.
The Authoritarian Threat of Indonesia’s Latest Internet Bill
Indonesia's pending legislation would require online service providers to remove or block content by government demand.
Human Rights Abuses in Laos Are Rampant. International Businesses Should Take Action.
Under LPRP rule, human rights violations are rampant in Laos, but they receive little attention around the world. The upcoming elections are unlikely to change this, either.
Is Xi Following in Mao's Footsteps?
With the removal of presidential term limits, Chinese politics may be going back to the era of strongman rule.
REVIEW: 'The Authoritarian Public Sphere' Ponders the Resilience of Dictatorships
In this book, Alexander Dukalskis offers insight into the efforts of three of Asia’s longest standing authoritarian regimes to legitimize and maintain their rule.
Can China Learn to Dominate the Winter Olympics?
China is already preparing for the 2022 Beijing Olympics, but first the country must learn to ski.
Islamic Populism Won’t Reign in Indonesia: Scholar
Failure to create a cross-class alliance is why Islamic populism may fail in Indonesia.
FEATURE: Vietnamese turn to Podcast to Break Mainstream Narrative
Meet the citizen journalists reshaping how the world and Vietnamese themselves see Vietnam.
BOOK REVIEW: The People’s Republic of Control
A review of Stein Ringen’s ‘The Perfect Dictatorship: China in the 21st Century’