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Prominent Critic’s Killing Raises Political Stakes in Cambodia

Posted on Jul 23, 2016

This story was first published by Voice of America The killing of high profile activist and political commentator Kem Ley has shocked Cambodians, angered the opposition, and raised the political stakes in a...

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Cross Culture: Indonesian Dance Troupe Evolves Out of Australia’s Suburbs

Posted on Jul 23, 2016

The Diplomat’s Luke Hunt interviews the stars of Lestari Girls. When Ningsih Millane arrived in Australia as a young wife in 1987 from Indonesia she had left behind a life and an art-loving family that spanned the...

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Australia, long tied to China by ‘fear and greed,’ boosts defense amid increased skepticism

Posted on Jun 1, 2016

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — For more than two decades, Australia has danced...

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Troubled Cambodian Leadership Tested Sorely Over Beatings

Posted on May 29, 2016

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A Cambodian court will rule shortly on charges...

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East Timor Hopes for ASEAN Membership by 2017

Posted on May 29, 2016

FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — After years of canvassing and lobbying,...

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A Speech for an Australian Prime Minister

Posted on May 16, 2016

AUSTRALIAN CORRESPONDENT — Australian playwright Ross Mueller has...

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