- To the election and beyond
- Astrology, prediction and postponement
- Searching for Singapore’s soul
- Jakarta’s junkets cost the nation
- Why I speak out against the Thai Monarchy
- Myanmar’s minefields
- ‘Lesbianism’ and detention in Aceh
- Why we still need SBY
- Southeast Asian snapshots
- 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
- 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
- Astrology, prediction and postponement (1)
- A conversation with Chomsky (59)
- krajongpa: I will have to let someone with a better VPN than me discuss more of the background of this ironic ...
- tom hoy: Lots of words there, Reynard, but little meaning. I'm not sure what "repressive rules that favor an emerging establishment faction ...
- Reynard: All credit to Chomsky for always seeing things a bit differently from the controlling consensus. But, I'm not at all ...
- Jakarta's junkets cost the nation (1)
- Kate Walton: Completely agree. I've seen some fantastic studi banding take place, both domestically and internationally , and the impact has been significant. ...
- NLD needs to lift the standard (32)
- Moe Aung: And the Buddha said his sons, meaning the sangha, would be the ruin of his sasana (religion).
- Ohn: #188.8.131.52.1 You are right about Wirathu. You will now get a lot of answers from knowledgeable sources to your question.
- Marayu: @Sean There 1re 227 precepts that Theravada Buddhist monks have to follow: http://en.dhamm adana.org/sangh a/vinaya/227.ht m Some people believe that "politically active" monks, ...
- Treading the night in Thailand (9)
- jonfernquest: Great article with interesting comparisons. Certainly whets the appetite for more information on these programs that ensure safety for women ...
- Searching for Singapore's soul (3)
- jonfernquest: What about learning the languages of the maids, cooks and other migrant laborers of Singapore's economy as a way for ...
- Marayu: Singapore has a soul with Chinese characteristics . Even young "white" students from politically correct Western countries who spent some time ...
- Peter Cohen: The more angst Singaporeans waste their time dispensing, the LESS likely they are to attain a cohesive, unitary and unique ...
- Myanmar’s minefields (1)
- Marayu: Burma is a country without territorial integrity. "Peace building" just means "divvying up the turf" just like amongst biker gangs, ...
- Why I speak out against the Thai Monarchy (8)
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