Month: September 2016

The hidden cost of Cambodia’s coastal development

Many Cambodians are paying a high price for development as the dust settles on bulldozed beachfront businesses, writes Patrick Cordwell. Tourism is booming in Cambodia, […]

Facebook: A Coercive Political Actor?

If Facebook could stack an election against the likes of Pauline Hanson or Donald Trump, would you want it to? Would you want it to […]

Bhutan, Body Counts and Beauty

In elegant white cursive, the words “mountains, monasteries and magic” accompany an image of a picturesque Buddhist temple delicately balanced on the edge of a […]