As Thai opposition leader Suthep Thaugsuban calls protestors to arms, the country is heading for civil conflict, writes Andrew Walker.
As Japan Prime Minister Shinzo Abe flexes the nation's military muscle he's fanning the flames of regional tension, writes Rikki Kersten.
Jacqueline Menager outlines why Burma's youth may not be ready for momentous change.
Aung San Suu Kyi might be the 21st century’s first democratic success but the reality of Myanmar’s politics means the path to power may not be the end to hardship, writes Nicholas Farrelly.
After decades of struggle and occupation, and the recent threat of internal division, Timor-Leste farewells conflict and welcomes development.
A new book by ANU military historian says it's time to revisit the Anzac legend.
A failed national housing project demonstrates the difficulties of development in Timor-Leste.
Myanmar freedom fighter could become president, says former diplomat and ANU expert.
Education has the power to reinvigorate Burmese society, writes Pyone Myat Thu.
The 21st century’s first new nation, Timor-Leste, may have found peace and stability, but prosperity is not guaranteed.
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