Reliable sources within the Cambodia People’s Party (CPP) have confirmed that Cambodia’s deputy prime minister, Samdech Sok An has died.
With an overwhelming mandate for change, Myanmar’s Lady faces the daunting challenge of managing expectations while appeasing the country’s still powerful military. BY DANIEL DE CARTERET
A new economic bloc promises much for ASEAN’s member states, but is the region still beset by problems of the past? BY LUKE HUNT
Following the first major terrorist attack in Indonesia since 2009, the tourism industry reflects on what will be the long-term impact of the assault on the industry. By Kate Burbidge and Mark Bibby Jackson.
Election delays and constitutional squabbling leave Thailand in danger of missing out on a slice of pie as Europe and the US look towards ASEAN for Free Trade Agreements. By Ate Hoekstra
Myanmar’s population has voted overwhelmingly for the National League for Democracy (NLD), while observations announce the electoral process to be a success.