The longer Marawi is left in ruins, the higher the chance that history could repeat itself.
Widespread protests may have brought Papuan independence to the attention of global audiences last year, but that is unlikely to change the tense status quo in the region.
The Visiting Forces Agreement was the glue that held the US-Philippines security relationship together.
The Duterte administration has signaled a willingness to negotiate with the New People’s Army. But this is merely a first step in a long and tenuous peace process.
After a lull, could Islamic State rebound in the Philippines?
With ethnic conflicts flaring up and down the country, reinvigorating the nation-level peace process will be challenging – but not impossible.
Renewed violence and a stalling peace process are delaying the start of much-needed mine clearance in Myanmar.
There is hope that a breakthrough might be imminent in one of India’s longest-running ethnic conflicts.
A renewed border conflict underlines how bilateral relations have deteriorated since Prime Minister Mahathir came to power last year.
Will ‘America First’ bring about a premature end to US financial assistance for cleaning up unexploded ordinance from the Vietnam War?