Duch ran a well-oiled machine. He processed people, personally approving every confession.
In Myanmar’s borderland conflict zones, promises of peace, a cease-fire, and renewed military action are wearily familiar.
Thailand once had the freest press in Southeast Asia – now a military junta has some questions to ask.
Following the death of Thailand’s king, Larry S. Persons provides a timely analysis of how Thai power actually works.
The latest in verse from around the Mekong region.
Christopher Goscha’s new book is the first comprehensive survey of Vietnam’s modern history to be published in English in more than thirty years.
Fifty years after the spraying of Monsanto’s Agent Orange in Vietnam, one actor still alive is Henry Kissinger, who turned ninety-three in May 2016.
The Akha once maintained a large degree of political autonomy from lowland centres – a condition of statelessness.
A DNA study questions whether the Aboriginal people of Australia were isolated after their arrival 40,000 years ago.
The Sympathizer is bold, bright, ambitious, and beautiful – nine stories written from an array of viewpoints.