The cave boys and statelessness in Asia

2018-10-11T09:34:30+01:00

The cave boys and statelessness in Asia For the Wild Boars soccer team, it was quite the summer. Not only were they rescued from a flooded cave in northern Thailand, but three of the boys – and their coach –

The Dual Victims Of Wartime Rape – OpEd

2018-10-10T16:58:43+01:00

The Dual Victims Of Wartime Rape – OpEd In Cox’s Bazar, Bangladesh, 25-year-old Meher breastfeeds her newborn. Her daughter’s name is Yasmin, the Muslim namesake for the fragrant jasmine flower. “She is my baby, she is completely mine, and I

Tick Tock Goes the Doomsday Clock

2018-10-10T17:10:33+01:00

Tick Tock Goes the Doomsday Clock Craig Morgan July 27, 2017 With North Korea, the doomsday clock inches ever closer to midnight. On July 22, General Joseph Dunford, the chairman of the US Joint Chiefs of Staff, publicly announced that

ASEAN’s fatal blind spot: human rights

2018-10-11T10:29:00+01:00

ASEAN’s fatal blind spot: human rights Jon Connars August 15, 2017 Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte is known for promising shocking solutions in his war on drugs, and the recent announcement to offer “dead or alive” bounties for each policeman accused of helping

Asia Needs Its Own North Korea Strategy

2018-10-11T10:31:32+01:00

Asia Needs Its Own North Korea Strategy Rachael Willis August 16, 2017 As US-North Korea relations ebb to their lowest point in years, U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham has added his voice to the jingoistic rhetoric, confirming that Donald Trump will

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