I was on Monocle 24 again last night discussing the latest developments in Asia. Weibo alters China’s environmental debate – FT [Myanmar] Govt Sends Controversial Press Law to Parliament – Irrawaddy Cambodia Khmer Rouge tribunal staff go on strike – AP N Korea builds mysterious “panorama museum” in Cambodia – Kyodo You can listen to [...]
At long last, and after lengthy delays, my first book has now been published: Click here to find out more about the book. I gave a talk about it at the National University of Singapore in November, and one of the attendees kindly did a nice write-up of it, which you can access here.
A new journal article of mine has been published online as an early preview of a forthcoming issue of International Relations of the Asia Pacific: Beyond Securitization: Explaining the Scope of Security Policy in Southeast Asia. It is available to read for free from IRAP’s website. Abstract: Since the late 1980s, the scope of security [...]
I am quoted in a report on the Khmer Rouge tribunal in the Burmese exile news magazine, The Irrawaddy: “Asean has been largely silent on the issue of the Khmer Rouge,” said Dr. Lee Jones, a Southeast Asia expert at the Department of Politics of Queen Mary University of London. “[It] also reflects the often-ignored [...]
Graeme has a post on Hocemo Li Nu Kafu? asking ‘Why do anti-interventionists minimise atrocities?’. I was going to write a short comment response but as usual it spiralled out of control and I thought I’d just expand it into a general defence of anti-interventionism, since I don’t think I’ve rehearsed the argument here before. [...]