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2017/05/09 | Kyle Pope

Moon Victory Imminent in South Korea

As liberal Moon Jae-in looks set to grab the South Korean presidency, Kyle Pope examines the politics that got him into pole position.

2017/04/27 | Jeffrey Hutton

Coldplay, Ahok and Fixing Jakarta

To make progress in Jakarta, it won’t be enough to simply say: 'I will fix you.'

2017/03/17 | Christine Gray

Risk, Gossip and Retribution in Thailand

What a skydiving stunt and the public’s reaction says about insubordination and rule under Thailand’s new king.

2017/03/15 | Edward White

Towards the Endgame for Malaysia's Najib

'If there is an indictment in the DoJ case in the United States where Najib is named directly, then he is toast.'

2017/03/14 | Jeffrey Hutton

Jakarta Keeps Street-Level Integrity amid Indonesia's Colossal Kickback Scandal

Indonesia is in the grips of a kickback scandal that reaches into the pocket of almost every single Indonesian.

2017/03/08 | Olivia Yang

Taiwanese Feel Empowered in Fight Against Corruption: Report

Though Taiwan is performing well in combating corruption, the report says there are areas that need improvement.

2017/03/01 | Edward White

Warnings for Taiwanese after Beijing’s Latest Removals of Taiwan Affairs Officials

'The CCP wouldn't admit its approach to Taiwan has completely failed,' says J. Michael Cole, a senior non-resident fellow at the University of Nottingham’s China Policy Institute.

2017/02/24 | The Japan Times

Problems with Retired Japanese Officials Seeking Jobs

Japan faces problems with government officials seeking to secure post-retirement job opportunities with businesses and organizations that want to build and maintain connections with the bureaucracy that oversees their industries.

2017/02/22 | Dong Heng

Whistleblowing in China — A Gamble Few Dare Take

Those who take the risk of speaking out sometimes pay a high price.

2017/02/18 | The Japan Times

A Growing Silence in Russia for Opposition Voices

A Russian court last week convicted Alexei Navalny, the face of the opposition movement in the country, on charges of embezzlement.

2017/02/13 | Jeffrey Hutton

In Indonesia, Women Take a Stand Against Everyday Graft

When it comes to fighting corruption, a group of women are challenging their peers to look in the mirror.

2017/02/08 | Li Hui

What the Chinese Public Really Think of Anti-corruption Crackdowns

The Chinese government must better tackle political meddling in business before people view anti-graft policies as effective.

2017/02/03 | Rosemary Chen

Contradictions, Confusion and a Blackout in China after Billionaire taken from Hong Kong

Since 2014, under President Xi Jinping’s corruption crackdown more than 2,000 so-called economic fugitives, including more than 300 former officials, have been returned to China from more than 70 countries and regions.

2017/01/19 | Tan Zi Hao

Language Shaming in Malaysia

Slamming stuttering tongues is just another act in a long history of oppression, writes Tan Zi Hao.

2017/01/05 | Sarawak Report

More Questions on 1MDB's Secret Bailout from China

Has the Malaysian leader sold out the Malays to the Chinese?

2016/12/11 | Teck Chi Wong

Malaysia’s Digital Economy: Can Entrepreneurship Be Unleashed?

Malaysian Prime Minister Najib Razak is courting some of the biggest Chinese tech companies in a bid to foster the country’s digital economy, but his own administration’s culture of corruption might prove too much of a drag on innovation, Teck Chi Wong writes.