• 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 [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    War & Hypersonics, a podcast with Carl Schuster

    Carl Schuster has been an adjunct faculty instructor at Hawaii Pacific University since 2000, after retiring as a captain with the United States Navy, and he has since earned an academic reputation for his research [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Workers Rights, a podcast with Dave Welsh

    Independent trade unions in Thailand and Myanmar are currently doing it hard, with authoritarian regimes in both countries taking a dim view of labor activism and using the courts to silence complaints over plant closures [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Outlook China, a podcast with Bart Edes

    Bart Edes is currently a Professor of Practice at McGill University in Montreal, after spending decades in the field working in international trade and development policy and analyzing the transformative trends that are reshaping East [...]
  • Foreign Correspondence

    Afghanistan back then, a podcast with Chris Woolf

    Thirty years ago, Abdullah Abdullah guided former BBC “History Guy” Chris Woolf and a colleague through a horrific war zone that they’d wandered into from Kabul. Abdullah would later become the chief executive officer in [...]