Month: September 2016

The Eagle has Floundered

Dominic Huntley explores the discrepancy between words and action in US policy in Asia. United States policy in Asia is fraught with an increasing discrepancy […]

Lights, cameras, inaction

A deteriorating political culture in Cambodia finds fuel in narcissism and social media, writes Mish Khan. There is no stage quite like Cambodia, where political elites double as […]

‘Made in Bangladesh’ – ‘Made with Injustice’

(Image Source: DhakaTribune) Reza Mazumder explores how recent ISIS attacks and delayed court case hearings are jeopardising the safety of Bangladesh’s garment industry and prolonging […]

Posts, Privacy and Prejudice: The Social Media Frenzy Behind a Celebrity Divorce

Monsoon subeditors Jiamei Feng and Tammy Cho look at China’s latest celebrity divorce and investigate what the surrounding gossip tells us about Chinese society. Last […]