FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Observers following the planned construction of the Xayaburi dam in Laos didn’t have to wait long for a decision. The government has again said it won’t proceed on the dam before gaining approval from the international community, and in particular the downstream countries. Read more in The Diplomat, form Luke Hunt.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — On a 300 hectare expanse in a remote part of central Cambodia, a massive airstrip capable of handling the heaviest of bombers lies abandoned. A Cold War relic, the 1.4 kilometer […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The FCC had a legendary name by the time I arrived as bureau chief for Agence France-Presse in 2001, but it was in name only. Journalist numbers had dwindled, and a […]