• Foreign Correspondence

    Leaving Cambodia, a podcast with Margaret Bywater

    Margaret Bywater has been a prominent figure in Cambodian civil society for more than three decades, working with refugees and helping to rebuild the education sector, primarily through libraries and the establishment of information services. [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Three Summits, a podcast with Brad Murg

    outheast Asia recently played host to an unprecedented group of summits that firmly put the West and its U.S.-led foreign policy in the Indo-Pacific on the front foot. Bradley Murg, distinguished senior research fellow at [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Timor-Leste, a podcast with Kupa Lopez

    Timor-Leste initially applied for membership to the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) 11 years ago, but since then Dili has been frustrated and disappointed, finding entry into the club of 10 nations a difficult [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Mekong Mercy, a podcast with Tom Fawthrop

    British journalist and filmmaker Tom Fawthrop has delivered his latest documentary on the plight of the Mekong River amid ongoing dam construction, climate change, and a drought that appears to have ended with this year’s heavy rains. [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Tatmadaw, a podcast with Scott Johnson

    Scott Johnson is an Australia-based lawyer, journalist, and human rights advocate with more than 20 years of experience focusing on indigenous groups and geopolitical issues in Southeast Asia, in particular Myanmar, which he still calls [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    Tim Page: 1944-2022

    Tim Page, the British-Australian war photographer, author, and hero to many, passed away on Wednesday, August 24. His obituaries, many written before his death, were a testament to a life that was as hectic and full as [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Sri Lanka, a podcast with Ganeshan Wignaraja

    Sri Lanka has been imperiled by a collapsing economy amid allegations of gross corruption by the Rajapaksa family which had ruled the island-nation for 17 years. Ganeshan Wignaraja is an internationally known development economist. He [...]
  • AsiaWATCH

    ASEAN Wraps up Summit

    PHNOM PENH — Foreign ministers from the Association of South East Asian Nations wrapped up their annual meetings in Phnom Penh with a plea for peace in the South China Sea, warnings for the junta in Myanmar [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Delikado, a podcast with Karl Malakunas

    Palawan island in the Philippines has emerged as a battlefield for a tiny network of environmental crusaders and vigilantes who are trying to protect its spectacular natural resources, powder-white beaches, and lush forests, which have [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Far Out, a podcast with Charlotte McDonald-Gibson

    Security laws imposed around the world to curb the spread of COVID-19 enabled the authorities to crackdown on militancy, which resulted in a brief respite from they type of terrorist attacks that had become all [...]