• May 07, 2023
The 6 May coronation of Charles III marked a new era for the British monarchy as the ceremonies caught some interest in parts of its former colonies in Southeast Asia. In this Q&A, the Southeast Asia Globe caught up with analyst and new author Charles Dunst to talk about the U.K.’s modern relevance in the region
• May 06, 2023
A Lao democracy activist survived shooting while the country keeps struggling with mental health support. In Cambodia, World Press Freedom Day event failed to address the country’s alarming decline in free press, plus interview with an amphibian conservation expert
• May 05, 2023
With a December admission to the bloc "in principle", the country remains on a gradual path to accession. But as Timor-Leste inches closer to this goal, steep challenges remain on both sides of the relationship
A year on since Thailand made the decision to decriminalise cannabis, other Southeast Asian countries are considering similar moves. But a lack of clear regulation makes the Kingdom an unconvincing role model
Kevin Zhang and Siti Suhaila Harith
• Apr 10, 2023
As young generations get more involved in politics in Thailand, the Philippines and Malaysia, elders in Cambodia need more support. Meanwhile, ASEAN and EU strengthen ties on green economy
• Mar 04, 2023
The proposal of an ASEAN Green Deal during Cambodia's 2022 ASEAN chairmanship highlights an increased collaborative approach towards a more sustainable future and the next stage in inter-regional cooperation between ASEAN and the EU
• Feb 28, 2023
E.U. and ASEAN talk digital trade, Tamils in Myanmar, and Indonesia grapples with new criminal code E.U. and ASEAN talk digital trade, Tamils in Myanmar, and Indonesia grapples with new criminal code
• Feb 25, 2023
As import demands increase and disrupted supply chains hold back cross-border trade, automation is finding new ways to disrupt traditional trade barriers and providing important lessons for both ASEAN and the E.U.
• Feb 20, 2023
Cambodia criticised for press freedom repression as PM talks with German president. Plus former Khmer Rouge child soldiers have no access to post-trauma care and Singapore budget lacks inclusivity.
• Feb 18, 2023
Cambodia is close to resuming controversial intercountry adoption with Italy, Vietnam manufacturing layoffs reach the U.S., Indonesian small palm oil businesses strive for economic survival, communities fight for their urban housing rights in the Philippines.
• Feb 11, 2023