Category: Southeast Asia

To Choose or not to Choose: That is the Question – for Myanmar

The low sonorous murmurs of Buddhist prayer rising above the sea of twinkling golden stupas becomes distant and distorted, as the startling bright lights of […]

Feminism in the Asia-Pacific region

What is feminism? For many, the idea of what feminism looks like is strongly associated with more common feminist movements in the West, yet feminism […]

Toil & Trouble For Suspected Sorcerers in Papua New Guinea

When Raphael Kogun’s uncle became gravely ill in 2006, his family’s immediate response was to recruit a witch doctor in the hope of finding out […]

Indonesia: from Paradox to Partnership

Whilst Australia and Indonesia have shared strategic challenges in the past, we are now seeing a convergence of interests that should see cooperation, rather than […]