Governments in Southeast Asia are using the threat of the coronavirus to consolidate power and impose draconian policies.
As the chances of Donald Trump winning re-election increase, Southeast Asia may be bracing for four more years of US policy that prioritizes strategic competition with China.
Southeast Asia’s governments have failed to coordinate a response to COVID-19, instead adopting piecemeal policies that ignore the impacts of the pandemic on marginalized groups
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Thailand’s Future Forward Party was dissolved after a campaign of legal harassment by the former junta. But the party’s legacy, including its 1MDB corruption allegations against Prayut, will have a lasting impact on the pro-democracy movement.