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  • Monocle 24, 27 May 2015

    May 28, 2015

    I appeared on Monocle 24 last night to discuss the latest Asian headlines: an update on the Rohingya refugee crisis; the stalled Trans-Pacific Partnership talks; developments in Indonesia’s ‘plastic rice’ scandal; and a particularly extravagant purchase by the scion of a Chinese plutocrat: two gold iWatches – for his dog.   You can listen to […]

  • Understanding Thailand’s Persistent Crisis

    January 16, 2014

    I have a piece on the PSA blog today that explains the current protests in Bangkok.  

  • Office Hours for remainder of 2013/14 and thereafter

    October 14, 2013

    During the exam term I will not be holding regular office hours. Please email me for an appointment. From 1 July 2014 I will be on a year-long research sabbatical so I will not be holding any office hours until I return in September 2016.

  • Monocle 24, 2 May 2013

    May 3, 2013

    My latest appearance on Monocle 24 can be heard here, about 45 minutes in. The events I discussed are: Activist Sentenced to 3 Months in Prison for Defaming Police (Irrawaddy) Communities Devastated as Anti-Muslim Violence Tears Apart Communities Near Rangoon — Special Report (Irrawaddy) Museum gets ‘kissing guards’ from first local art donor (SCMP)  

  • ‘ASEAN’s Unchanged Melody’ attracts interest

    October 24, 2010

    My recent article in the Pacific Review on ASEAN’s non-interference principle has been attracting some positive attention. I’ve received quite a few appreciative emails from fellow scholars and the article has been picked up by the Centre for Non-Traditional Security in Singapore too. It has also been highlighted by the US embassies in Hanoi and […]

  • Downtime

    July 17, 2010

    My website and blog has recently been down for quite a long time. This was due to the apparent collapse of my previous hosting company. It took me a long time to get my hands on the files needed to reconstruct the blog in particular, but now things seem to be OK. Fingers crossed…

  • This blog has moved

    March 14, 2010

    Due to Google/Blogger removing their support for people using FTP,* I have switched to WordPress, which means some changes to the blog on the technical side (thanks to Ben Pile for his help with this). This blog is now located at http://leejones.tk/blog.html. For RSS feed subscribers, please update your feed subscriptions to http://www.leejones.tk/blog/?feed=rss * here’s […]

  • Oxford Panoramas

    September 16, 2008

    Seth Lazar, a colleague of mine at Oxford, has set up a company to sell his wonderful photographs of the city. Visit his website at http://www.oxford-panoramas.co.uk/index.htm.

  • Malaise

    January 15, 2007

    I was quite struck by the revelation today that France petitioned Britain to enter into “union” during the Suez crisis. According to declassified documents, French Prime Minister Mollet asked Eden for political union, joint citizenship a la the “Irish model” and thought it would be “no problem” for the Queen to become French head of […]

  • Saddam's execution: The Strip Tease of our Humanity

    December 30, 2006

    Forgive the total absence of posting recently. To say I have been manically busy would be an understatement. As usual it is only the depths of outrage that drive me back to blogging. While many commentators are assessing the execution of Saddam Hussein at 6am Iraqi time today in terms of its likely effects on […]

 
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