As a 420 km high-speed railway nears completion, two Chinese-built highways have been given the green light. Will these projects open up Laos, or make it a crossing point on China’s Belt and Road?
Vietnam is harnessing a grassroots desire for green energy to enact a slow but steady transition away from coal-based electricity generation.
New Delhi risks sacrificing long-term democratic stability in the northeast with its short-sighted appeasement of Myanmar’s Tatmadaw.
The tragedy underscores how the Indonesian Navy is struggling to cover the vast expanses of maritime territory it’s tasked with defending.
Several senior ex-officials of the dissolved CNRP have joined a new party. Yet given Prime Minister Hun Sen’s record of stifling opponents, their chances of electoral success are slim.
Tried and tested containment methods are failing against new COVID variants in Southeast Asia. It’s time for ASEAN to step in and overhaul the regional response.
The G7’s sprawling new communique portrays the bloc as a democratic bulwark against creeping authoritarianism.
Plans for a high-speed rail line from Bangkok to the Laotian border are moving forward after Thailand signed construction contracts for phase one of the project with Chinese state-owned firms.
After a married couple linked to Jamaah Ansharut Daulah (JAD) bombed a Catholic church in Sulawesi, Indonesia is on high alert to prevent repeat attacks by Islamist militants.
Indonesia was “won” by the US bloc during the Cold War, albeit at terrible human cost. Will history repeat itself?