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Missing: nine million people

By: Fiona MacGregor - November 14, 2014

Myanmar’s census not only reawakened the country’s religious tensions, it also revealed a truly shocking population statistic. The fallout continues…


Call of duty

By: Daniel Besant - November 12, 2014

Indonesia’s recently replaced counter-terrorism chief, Ansyaad Mbai, kept the lid on extremism for more than ten years, but will his methods be effective enough in to curb future threats?


Game of thrones

By: Southeast Asia Globe Editorial - November 11, 2014

As Thailand’s King Bhumibol Adulyadej ails, thoughts turn to what will happen after his death


The road to lost prominence

By: David Hutt - Photography by: Bernado Salce - November 10, 2014

Somaly Mam was one of the world’s leading figures in the fight against human trafficking. But following a Newsweek article that accused her of fabricating parts of her life story, Mam’s reputation was left in tatters. Now she is on the comeback trail


Looking deeper

By: Southeast Asia Globe Editorial - November 6, 2014

At this month’s tenth Angkor Photo Festival, photographers from around the globe present a diverse selection of work that explores everything from war to punk rock


Northern exposure

By: Daniel Besant - November 4, 2014

The verdant environs of Chiang Mai and Chiang Rai are at the centre of Thailand’s latest tourism drive


The forbidden feast

By: Amanda Saxton - Photography by: Amanda Saxton - November 1, 2014

Vietnam’s taste for dog meat has long been a contentious issue for outsiders. But now the battle has been taken up by a number of vociferous locals who are using social media and other platforms to condemn the trade in man’s best friend


Putting the word out

By: Nithin Coca - October 30, 2014

The works of Indonesia’s writers are barely known in the literary salons of New York and London, but moves across the archipelago could help a talented new stable of authors ink their names on the bestseller lists


It’s business time in phnom penh

October 29, 2014

At  Zaman University we recognise that Cambodia’s business sector is in need of qualified employees. Our aim is to fill this gap and help Cambodia develop faster with a qualified workforce. A university providing quality education is not enough without good, hardworking learners. We all know that universities are places where students act more responsibly and