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2017/02/27 | Chublic Opinion
China and the Atheist Manifesto
A recent revision of a low-level administrative regulation aiming at maintaining social order stirred up a great controversy online in China.
2017/02/20 | Jeffrey Hutton
The Heart of the Matter in Jakarta
The silver lining from Wednesday’s results is that Ahok, an ethnic Chinese, was on the ballot at all, writes Jeffrey Hutton in Jakarta.
2017/02/11 | Hera Diani
Islamic Populism Won’t Reign in Indonesia: Scholar
Failure to create a cross-class alliance is why Islamic populism may fail in Indonesia.
2017/02/09 | TNL Staff
Hundreds Lashed in Indonesia under Sharia Law
Sharia laws are particularly harsh for women and the LGBT community.
Beijing’s New Scorched-Earth Policy Against the Uighurs
The exacerbation of police state mechanisms has obviously failed to deter the growth of radicalism in the autonomous region
2017/02/02 | The Japan Times
OPINION: Indonesia’s Critical Tolerance Test
The turmoil surrounding Jakarta's governor is a test of Indonesia's democracy and its commitment to a tolerant and open form of Islam.
2017/02/01 | Melissa Crouch
A Personal Tribute to Burma's U Ko Ni
On Sunday, prominent Muslim lawyer, and legal adviser to Aung San Suu Kyi, U Ko Ni, was fatally shot by an alleged assassin. Melissa Crouch reflects on the life and legacy of Myanmar’s legal voice of conscience.