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The paper trail

By: Dr Markus Karbaum - April 8, 2013

More than 20 years after the fall of the Berlin Wall, East Germany’s Stasi files are still throwing up some surprises – not least for those living in Cambodia

 

Fat under fire

By: Frédéric Janssens - April 8, 2013

With the number of overweight and obese people in Southeast Asia swelling at an alarming rate, have governments left it too late to fight the flab?

 

Beaten and burned

By: Denise Hruby - April 5, 2013

Living in fear and pain, victims of domestic violence are being ignored by society and the authorities

 

Cambodia: cider country

By: Sophie Lane - April 3, 2013

Cider, England’s ever-popular tipple, is set to make its mark in Cambodia when the first batch of the fruity brew enters a beer lovers’ market 

 

Rules of the game

By: Sacha Passi - April 3, 2013

Despite being brought into the fold of Vietnam’s high-ranking officials to help weed out corruption, Nguyen Ba Thanh is no stranger to underhand dealings

 

All that’s left behind

By: Erika Mudie - April 1, 2013

The small nation may have won its battle for ascension to the World Trade Organisation, but the financial war is far from over

 

Toxic flow

By: Ahmad Pathoni - March 28, 2013

Poisonous waste plagues Indonesia’s once bountiful Citarum River