Malaysia is threatening to take its defense business elsewhere if the EU makes good on plans to cut palm oil imports, Will it work?
The bloc's report praises Myanmar's efforts to ready the refugees' "smooth" return. Rights groups say it's glossing over the government's part in driving them out.
Activists say Southeast Asia has become "the world's new dumpsite" for plastic waste and needs a coordinated response to stop it.
At the end of five years of military rule, the social schisms that led up to Thailand's 2014 coup remain, and they actually may be growing.
Moves come amid reported rise in child sex trafficking; amendments extend prison terms for sharing photos and videos, but child rights groups worry about potential loopholes.
Rights groups and activists say the recent deportation and disappearance of Thai dissidents in Malaysia and Vietnam may portend more to come.
Prayuth Chan-ocha took giant leap toward holding on to his post after 11 small parties endorsed his candidacy.
Thailand wraps up three days of ceremonies consecrating a new king who has wasted little time making his mark.