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Under the radar

By: Daniel Otis - October 11, 2013

The team of researchers who unearthed Phnom Kulen’s so-called ‘lost city’ tell the real story of how laser imaging revealed its 1,200-year-old remains

 

The Melanesian delegation

By: Paul Angelle - October 7, 2013

While West Papuan independence groups appeal for international recognition, Jakarta is fighting to retain control of the region

 

Chain of command

By: Sacha Passi - October 1, 2013

Hassan Taib is leading negotiations with Thai authorities over the country’s separatist south, but his influence over a fractured movement is questionable

 

Facing a grey future

By: Christian Vits - October 1, 2013

Myanmar needs to seize its momentum and implement resolute economic reforms if it hopes to support an ageing population

 

Just for laughs

By: Chris Swanicke - October 1, 2013

Have you heard the one about the Australian, the Englishman and the Singaporean who combined to bring international stand-up comedy to the region?

 

In the name of God

By: Sacha Passi and Dene Mullen - September 30, 2013

Attacks by extremist Muslim groups have led the government to approve a bill that harks back to Indonesia’s dictatorial past, but it is NGOs that might bear the brunt of its power

 

Just like a dream

By: Massimo Morello - September 27, 2013

The Eugenia’s colonial aesthetic ensures it stands out from Bangkok’s soaring crowd