- 20 April 2017
Jakarta’s Christian governor on Wednesday lost heavily to a Muslim former government minister in an election run-off, private polls indicated, after a divisive battle that has damaged Indonesia’s reputation as a bastion of tolerant Islam.
Anies Baswedan, who was accused of pandering to hardliners
- 07 April 2017
Thai police on Friday reported 22 attacks, including at least five small bomb blasts, in Muslim-majority southern Thailand only hours after King Maha Vajiralongkorn signed a new constitution on Thursday as a step towards ending military rule.
- 20 Mac 2017
Thai police said yesterday they had uncovered a plot to assassinate the country’s prime minister after seizing a weapons cache belonging to a fugitive anti-junta activist.
It is the latest discovery of a weapons stockpile belonging to a member of
- 16 Mac 2017
Friday’s removal of Park Geun Hye from the presidency has resounding implications for the state of South Korean democracy. Certainly, there are immediate implications for domestic party politics, as the ruling right (to which Park belonged) and the