As Malaysia withdraws its challenge against Singapore on the Pedra Branca ruling, another high-profile maritime spat has been ignited.
Despite making extensive concessions to Beijing, the Philippines has not received much in return. What looked like an appealing marriage, has become an abusive relationship.
The political rhetoric on display at the 212 Reunion rally held earlier this month put it in violation of campaign laws. But there will likely be no repercussions.
Pakatan Harapan’s (PH) election manifesto included ten major policy changes. Seven months into Mahathir’s term, what has changed?
The former Malaysian prime minister Najib Razak and his wife are at the centre of another graft scandal. Is the net closing in on what was once Malaysia’s most powerful couple?
ASEAN is approaching a defining moment. Will it allow regional human rights abuses to undermine its power as a supranational body, or will it abandon its policy of non-intervention?
The Indonesian election is still seven months away. But the issue that will define the next seven months is already beginning to take shape.
South Korea is building closer links with countries in Southeast Asia. They should welcome the opportunity to widen their diplomatic, economic, and military ties.
The Vietnamese Prime Minister has set national targets for renewable energy. It is a sign the Vietnamese government is ready to end Vietnam’s reliance on coal.
Mahathir scrapped plans for a High-Speed rail link between Kuala Lumpur and Singapore. But this may not be the end of the line for this high-profile project.