Embattled by billions of dollars in debt owed by the state investment fund 1MDB, and a corruption case involving a ‘donation’ of nearly US$700 million paid into his personal bank account, Prime Minister Najib Tun Razak faces the biggest political chall
Indigenous commercial ambitions and decentralisation: the initial provincial government debate in Papua New Guinea reconstructed
Spirits of Power in 21st Century Thailand: Magic and the Supernatural at the Centre of Thai Political Authority
Since the 1980s, a wide range of new supernatural movements have become highly visible additions to Thailand’s spiritual landscape and religious marketplaces.
Learning the Hard Way: Developing Australian Infantry Battalion Commanders during the First World War
How prevalent is money politics in Indonesia, and under what conditions is money politics effective? My research deals with these two questions that have vexed Indonesianists for the last 15 years.
The concept of taingyintha, or “national races”, is among the preeminent political ideas in Myanmar today.