Asian Correspondent Mar 04, 2014
“From my view, I don’t want to have it, but it is development, we can’t stop them,” says Srekor’s village chief, Leang Saroeurn.
Asian Correspondent Feb 12, 2014
Anguished cries from supporters and family members echoed outside the Appeals Court in Phnom Penh yesterday as they received the news bail had been denied. They had been hoping for the release of 21 people detained since a brutal government crackdown in early January.
Asian Correspondent Feb 05, 2014
Rohingya MP Shwe Maung has been interrogated and threatened with a defamation lawsuit after he accused local police of involvement in the burning of Rohingya homes in Du Char Yar Tan village in late January, the latest effort by the Burmese government to silence accusations of wrongdoing in the country’s ongoing sectarian conflict.
Asian Correspondent Jan 22, 2014
Human Rights Watch has condemned past and current Australian governments in their latest annual world report for engaging in “scare-mongering politics at the expense of the rights of asylum seekers and refugees.”
Asian Correspondent Dec 18, 2013
Read our latest review of international boarding schools Global society is more interconnected and competitive than ever before, and this has prompted dramatic changes in the dynamics of leadership, professionalism and business. Students who attend university abroad are often better equipped to navigate these shifting dynamics. However, the real prize in 21st-century achievement and marketability
Asian Correspondent Dec 17, 2013
The University of Ulster in Northern Ireland has been offering Law since 1991, and in 2013 the School of Law celebrated the 21st anniversary of its first graduating cohort. Today, Ulster Law School offers on two separate campuses a wide range of programmes of study at undergraduate and postgraduate levels. At postgraduate level taught LLM courses, served