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The January 2015 attacks on the satirical weekly newspaper, Charlie Hebdo, along with the related events that followed, have opened a pandora box into...

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Jokowi Widodo was sworn in as president of the world’s third-largest democracy, Indonesia, on October 20 amid an atmosphere of high hopes amongst supporters,...

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As the country reels from the massacre in Peshawar, MA Mistry assesses whether peace will ever prevail in Pakistan given the lack of unity...

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Typhoon Haiyan, the strongest tropical cyclone ever recorded is know in the Philippines as Typhoon Yolanda, this typhoon devastated the Philippines and portions of...

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One month on from Scottish referendum UK citizens are no clearer about what further devolution in the wake of the ‘No’ vote might look...

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This week marked the ten year anniversary of the assassination of leading Indonesian Human Rights defender Munir Said Thalid, activists as well as ordinary...

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  As I make my hundredth attempt at getting our Skype connection working, I listen carefully awaiting the sound of his breath. Finally, a crackle...

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When Australian musician Rachel Kim travelled to Jogjakarta Indonesia in late 2012 to study at Indonesia's Institute for the Arts (ISI) she was introduced...

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  As with most of the world and its regions, in particular South East Asia's the Republic of the union of Myanmar (Burma), its history...

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Conflict has a serious impact on the life of women and their role in family and society. Through the ages, the presence of heightened...

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