- Dissent and dictatorship in Thailand
- Treading the night in Thailand
- Secrets and secession in Vietnam
- Past and future, the military still matters
- Roots of difference
- Ethnic learning gaps in Vietnam
- Southeast Asian snapshots
- Weapons and wealth in the Gulf
- A conversation with Chomsky
- Thailand’s constitution conundrum
- Mystery of Indonesia’s coup continues
- Mass killings and memory
- What’s next for Myanmar and Australia?
- Playing Jenga with Myanmar’s rule of law
- Indonesia’s forgotten genocide
- Review of Embodied Nation
23 September 2015 2:11 PM | 1 Comment
This book reveals how modern sport and physicality has shaped modern Laos history.Read More
- Review of The Divine Eye and the Diaspora
13 September 2015 1:04 AM | No Comments
This new book sheds light on the group that became Vietnam’s most famous syncretic ‘new religion’ of the twentieth centuryRead More
- Review of The Wheel-Turner and His House
05 August 2015 1:01 PM | 16 Comments
According to Patrick McCormick, the story of a great Burmese king has not always been what it seems.Read More
- Review of ‘Myanmar: The Dynamics of an Evolving Polity’
05 June 2015 1:19 PM | 2 Comments
Amrita Dey takes a look at David Steinberg's timely edited volume on political change in Myanmar.Read More
- Review of Finding Their Voice
17 April 2015 11:24 AM | 4 Comments
Peter Chaudhry reviews a beautifully written and confidently argued book that authoritatively charts the rise of Isan and the people of that regionRead More
- Review of Drug Law Reform
05 March 2015 1:44 PM | 8 Comments
Jacqui Baker provides a timely review of a volume addressing one of the region's human rights policy flashpoints.Read More
- Review of Burma’s Spring
20 January 2015 8:02 AM | 28 Comments
Chit Win reviews a book about Myanmar that offers stories so real, yet so often overlooked.Read More
- Review of Storytelling in Thailand and Laos
16 January 2015 9:02 AM | 1 Comment
Arthid Sheravanichkul reviews a book that focuses on the Vessantara Jataka scroll painted by Sopha Pangchat (1909-1966)Read More
- Review of Red Stamps and Gold Stars
29 December 2014 11:52 PM | 4 Comments
Keith Barney reviews a useful resource for both senior scholars and younger researchers embarking upon fieldwork for the first timeRead More
- Review of Kingdom in Crisis
12 November 2014 12:24 AM | 23 Comments
Patrick Jory and Lee Jones offer two distinctive reviews of an important new book on royal succession and democracy in ThailandRead More
- Review of Catch-Up Industrialization
05 November 2014 8:15 AM | 2 Comments
Rick Doner reviews an impressive study that addresses the core challenges facing "late developers"Read More
- Review of Embodied Nation
Pavin Chachavalpongpun and Chomsky on Thai politics, the monarchy and Thaksin.
As Thailand drafts yet another constitution, Khemthong Tonsakulrungruang offers key lessons.
Refugee crises must be met by the power and spirit of regionalism.
How the King can leave a lasting legacy for Thailand’s people.
The Tatmadaw’s Nay Pyi Taw museum has done us all a favour by putting so much of their story on show.
Richard Dolan reports on Karen politics and unity in the lead up to Myanmar’s historic elections.
Australian policy toward Myanmar was bogged down for many years, writes Nicholas Farrelly
How intermediaries are morphing ideas of law and justice.
Minorities falling behind when it comes to education.
From Trump to mooncakes, Mish Khan charts the week that was in this crazy, chaotic corner of the globe.
Jokowi heads to the UAE for arms (and more).
New light fails to brighten Indonesia’s darkest days.
Robert Cribb, Ariel Heryanto and Ross Tapsell discuss Indonesia’s 1965-66 failed coup and atrocities.
Fear still reigns 50 years after failed coup and mass killings.
Is Singapore ready for a non-Chinese leader?
Australia’s 1999 mission to East Timor and lessons for today.