Duterte’s decision to scrap the VFA: A look at how the media responded to the biggest story of the week.
Europe’s data protection laws highlight how weak personal data ownership laws are in Singapore. The system favours businesses and government agencies, often at the cost of individual privacy.
Following Chinese incursion in Indonesian waters, the government is sending fishermen from Java to help defend the area.
A catch-all omnibus job creation bill aims to put Indonesia’s demographic dividend to work.
The recent flare-up of tensions between Indonesia and China over fishing in the south-central South China Sea will not be the turning point in ASEAN-China relations many predict.
Myanmar’s domestic investigation has concluded the military didn’t commit genocide. The announcement fits with the government’s recent refusal to mend its broken National Human Rights Commission.
Piracy incidents in the Straits of Malacca and Singapore spiked in 2019. What is behind the surge and how can Singapore keep it waterways safe?
Myanmar’s push to amend its military-backed Constitution forces the National League for Democracy and Aung San Suu Kyi to balance demands by the country’s military and diverse ethnic groups.
Jokowi wants to boost Indonesia’s economy through a string of bureaucratic reforms designed to increase foreign investment. But his cabinet appointments could derail his economic agenda.
The businessman accused of orchestrating the 1MDB scandal secured asylum from an unnamed country. The move complicates efforts to bring him to justice.