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Bangkok not all trouble and strife

Put aside the malaise in Thai politics and society for a moment and take the time to enjoy this beautifully shot and edited short film, shot in and around Bangkok, Pai, Mae Hong Son and the Thailand/Myanmar border region in late July 2013. This one definitely deserves the full-screen treatment: (

Bangkok not all trouble and strife

Put aside the malaise in Thai politics and society for a moment and take the time to enjoy this beautifully shot and edited short film, shot in and around Bangkok, Pai, Mae Hong Son and the Thailand/Myanmar border region in late July 2013. This one definitely deserves the full-screen treatment: (

Bangkok not all trouble and strife

Put aside the malaise in Thai politics and society for a moment and take the time to enjoy this beautifully shot and edited short film, shot in and around Bangkok, Pai, Mae Hong Son and the Thailand/Myanmar border region in late July 2013. This one definitely deserves the full-screen treatment: (

Can China win by opting out?

[youtube:VQDtWzqQSks#t=28] There's so much discussion out there about China's rise, its territorial quarrels with neighbours and the risk (some would say inevitability) of eventual conflict between the great powers that we rarely step back to think outside the terms of this power struggle. What if

Christopher Koch, 1932-2013: A literary guide to Asia

The death yesterday of Christopher Koch at the age of 81 marks the end of a distinguished literary career. Twice winner of the Miles Franklin Award, Koch's work as a writer spanned novels and poetry as well as pungent commentary on what he saw as the failings of contemporary culture. For those

Andrew Michelmore: Understanding China's SOEs

Eva O’Dea is a Research Associate in the Lowy Institute’s East Asia Program. Australia needs to better understand Chinese state owned enterprises (SOEs), according to Andrew Michelmore, CEO of MMG Limited. In his address to the Lowy Institute’s tenth anniversary China Changing Lecture in

Views across the Pacific: Change in Myanmar

Although still not a democracy, Myanmar has been the standout case of political change in Southeast Asia over the past two years. In this new video, the third in the 'Views Across the Pacific' series with the Washington, DC-based Center for Strategic and International Studies, I discuss with Ernie

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