From the latest issue
Truth, fiction and the Khmer Rouge.
Duterte’s anti-drug policy falls hardest on the weak.
Conflict and regionalism in pre-colonial Southeast Asia.
Resurrecting the architect of America’s Vietnam War.
Indonesia’s literary sensation Eka Kurniawan talks about horror, history and sexuality.
“He returns to his house / He returns to his house / ten years after the war.”
From the archive
Nineteen young Vietnamese writers are showcased in a new collection of short stories.
Can fiction help us come to terms with the pending problems of climate change?
Was it the scale of the killing or the cover-up that made the My Lai massacre a scandal?