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Southeast Asia Globe Editorial
• Feb 09, 2017
Southeast Asia Globe explores the austere conditions of Pondok Pesantren Lirboyo, where 6,000 male pupils ages five to 40 study to become religious teachers
Ideology • STORY OF THE DAY • Feb 01, 2017 • 9 min read
• Jun 20, 2016
The Khmer Rouge, responsible for the deaths of millions of Cambodians in the 1970s, has long been synonymous with the "crime of all crimes". Yet some are questioning whether Pol Pot’s regime is guilty of genocide in all its cruel persecutions
As a campaign to make Buddhism the state religion of Thailand ramps up, concerns about radicalism have come to the fore, along with concern over how this renewed religiosity could be used in an already divided country