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Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Interview – Joseph Chinyong Liow

Dr Joseph discusses the Trump administration’s foreign policy strategy for East and Southeast Asia, growing conservatism in Indonesia, and the 50th anniversary of ASEAN.

The Connecting Issue of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants in Southeast Asia

The Connecting Issue of Asylum Seekers and Irregular Migrants in Southeast Asia

Abandoned by neighbors, 30,000 Rohingya and Bangladeshi asylum seekers were left stranded in the Andaman Sea and Malacca Strait in 2015: their protection is essential

Reports on Genocide in Myanmar Highlight the Need for Change

Reports on Genocide in Myanmar Highlight the Need for Change

The situation for the majority of Rakhine State’s residents, Buddhist and Muslim, is dreadful. But, for the Rohingya Muslims it is tragic.

Managing Expectations in NLD-led Myanmar

Managing Expectations in NLD-led Myanmar

Rooting out predatory power such as that firmly in place after decades of military rule in Myanmar requires public and international buy-in.

Problems with Facts about Rohingya Statelessness

Problems with Facts about Rohingya Statelessness

Ironically, and tragically, the surpassing symbolic and juridical power of ‘national race’ identity is for the Rohingya at once their problem and their solution.

What Next for the Rohingya in Myanmar? Suu Kyi’s Balancing Act after the Election

What Next for the Rohingya in Myanmar? Suu Kyi’s Balancing Act after the Election

The muslim minority Rohingya have long been the targets of persecution from the local Buddhist majority, the military, and the central government.

The Rohingya, Genocide and a New Dawn for Myanmar

The Rohingya, Genocide and a New Dawn for Myanmar

Putting right the terrible suffering which has been systematically inflicted upon the Rohingya is going to require a great deal of political courage.

Rohingya Crisis and the ‘Boat People’ Conference: Towards a Regional Solution?

Rohingya Crisis and the ‘Boat People’ Conference: Towards a Regional Solution?

Regional governments in South East Asia need to identify the unsolved Rohingya problem as a chance for constructive cooperation instead of a roadblock for collaboration.

Who Has a Right to Belong?

Who Has a Right to Belong?

Whilst there might be international conventions which address the internally displaced, refugees, and the stateless the gap between theory and practice seems very large.

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