Features on global security, political repression and terrorism, with a focus on the impact on civil society and vulnerable groups.
The battle between Britain’s profitable international arms trade and the campaigns to bring it to heel.
Militant Monks – Carved Up Along Religious Lines, Southeast Asia Bleeds (Southeast Asia Globe)
Exploring the toxic mix of nationalism and Buddhist extremism that led to a wave of political violence across Southeast Asia
Chinese Hackers Back Beijing’s Authoritarian Pals (Foreign Policy)
How Cambodian dissidents, politicians and NGO leaders were plagued by Chinese cyberattacks in the run-up to the country’s sham election.
China created a new terrorist threat by repressing secessionist fervor in its western frontier (Quartz)
Profile of Dawood Ibrahim, head of the powerful organised crime syndicate D Company and collaborator in the 1993 Mumbai bombings.
Syria’s national team becomes a microcosm of the country’s political clashes and uneasy alliances.
The White House and the Malaysian human rights scandal: crazy enough to be a far-fetched movie plot. Except it isn’t. (The Human Development Project)
How a report on slavery in Malaysia became the centre of a political storm in the US – and why a controversial trade deal could be to blame.