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Dark Days for Burma

Teashop gossip and the ‘generous’ Generals: Burma is again in the international spotlight following the extension of Aung San Suu Kyi’s home detention…

  • Thu Aug 13 06:24:00 2009
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Between a monarch and a hard place

In Thailand, criticizing the king can land you in a heap of trouble…

  • Thu Mar 5 06:20:00 2009
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Malaysia

Visitors to Kuala Lumpur could be forgiven for thinking that they have landed in a highly developed nation…

  • Sun Mar 1 21:31:00 2009
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Facing history in Cambodia

Why Cambodians need the Khmer Rouge on trial, by *Tom Fawthrop*.…

  • Sun Mar 1 19:57:00 2009
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Profits in hungry times

Agribusiness and industrial farming: 10; farmers and the famished: nil…

  • Tue Dec 2 01:01:00 2008
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Tax justice and the global fiddle

*David Ransom* listens to the false notes being played by an orchestra of financial instruments…

  • Wed Oct 1 23:51:00 2008
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Cambodia: Year Zero on trial

What can be wrong with putting five notorious Khmer Rouge leaders on trial? Plenty, argues lawyer *Brooks Duncan*, as he examines the nature of the long-awaited, and foreign-funded, trials currently underway.…

  • Tue Sep 2 01:12:00 2008
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Caucus of terrorists

*Dinyar Godrej* concludes his report: meeting enemies of the State – and looking to the future.…

  • Thu May 1 03:52:00 2008
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A Short History of Burma

Today over 80 per cent of Burma’s people are Buddhist and the country has the largest number of monks as a percentage of the total population.…

  • Fri Apr 18 09:13:00 2008
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Problems in paradise

Tourism is booming – and every country seems to want more…

  • Sat Mar 1 20:47:00 2008
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