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- India’s reaction to Myanmar coup highlights cross-border interests
India’s belated condemnation of the violence in Myanmar and its willingness to work with the military government have cast a spotlight on New Delhi’s interests in the country.
The post India’s reaction to Myanmar coup highlights cross-border interests first appeared on ASEAN Today.13 April 2021Indiahttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45861
- Russia and Myanmar’s militaries grow closer as post-coup violence continues
In the wake of the military coup in Myanmar, Russia may have found an opening to further its military cooperation with the junta.
The post Russia and Myanmar’s militaries grow closer as post-coup violence continues first appeared on ASEAN Today.11 April 2021Defencehttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45855
- Milk Tea Alliance pushes cross-border solidarity: Is it anything more than hashtag activism?
In the weeks following the Myanmar military’s coup on February 1, Asia’s online pro-democracy movement known as the Milk Tea Alliance saw a surge in new activism.
The post Milk Tea Alliance pushes cross-border solidarity: Is it anything more than hashtag activism? first appeared on ASEAN Today.9 April 2021Myanmarhttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45847
- Lao government, ethnic communities clash over development projects
The Lao government is reportedly ramping up military operations against Hmong communities in what appears to be an effort to secure land and resources for foreign investment and economic integration projects.
The post Lao government, ethnic communities clash over development projects first appeared on ASEAN Today.8 April 2021Laoshttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45834
- Vietnamese National Assembly elects leaders for new 5-year term
The election of Vietnam’s new national leadership signals the start of a new five-year government that will likely see the country continue on a path of economic success and increasing international leadership.
The post Vietnamese National Assembly elects leaders for new 5-year term first appeared on ASEAN Today.7 April 2021Politicshttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45839
- Palm Sunday bombing raises questions about Indonesia’s counterterrorism approach
The recent Palm Sunday suicide bombing by a terrorist with a previous arrest record and ties to militant groups has raised concerns about gaps in Indonesia’s counterterrorism and de-radicalization approach.
The post Palm Sunday bombing raises questions about Indonesia’s counterterrorism approach first appeared on ASEAN Today.6 April 2021Indonesiahttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45829
- For Southeast Asia’s sinking cities, climate change is a design problem
As many of Southeast Asia’s megacities sink, understanding and addressing the problem is key to helping urban populations adapt to climate change.
The post For Southeast Asia’s sinking cities, climate change is a design problem first appeared on ASEAN Today.5 April 2021Aseanhttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45824
- UMNO will contest Malaysia’s next election alone, but can it win?
Malaysia’s UMNO party, part of the ruling coalition, has said that it will not cooperate with Prime Minister Muhyiddin Yassin in the next general election and will contest the election alone. However, analysts believe that the approach is not practical as it could cost the party and won’t be enough to bring it back to power.
The post UMNO will contest Malaysia’s next election alone, but can it win? first appeared on ASEAN Today.4 April 2021Malaysiahttps://www.aseantoday.com/?p=45820