During his years campaigning for the rights of Burmese migrant workers in Thailand, Andy Hall cut a figure as an activist on overdrive.
In the spotlight when Yudhoyono arrives in Burma later this month will be how the region’s largest, most vibrant democracy is assisting with Burma’s reforms.
China’s expanding investment portfolio in Cambodia has brought into sharper focus the darker side of the Asian giant’s “development projects.”
Another name has been added to the growing list of Vietnamese bloggers accused of crossing a red line in the communist-ruled country.
US President Obama’s historic visit to Myanmar raises hopes, but will it really usher in a new era of change?
Following the political reforms he has unleashed, Burmese President Thein Sein is on the cusp of reaping a financial harvest from Japan—new loans for development assistance.