Lao News

The Only Way to End Corruption in Laos

A true elimination of the problem will only come with broader political change in the country. Is Laos’ ruling communist party building up to an anti-corruption campaign similar to the ones we’ve seen in China and Vietnam? Since Prime Minister Thongloun Sisoulith came to power in early 2016, more officials have been dismissed because of […]

Archaeologists discover more giant stone jars used to dispose of the dead in Laos

Vietnam, Cambodia Fall in Rank in Annual US Human Trafficking Report

Exclusive Report: Bureaucratic Chaos Rife in Hours Before Laos Dam Burst

New questions asked about Lao dam toll, builder’s role

Human Rights

In 2019, USCIRF again places Laos on its Tier 2

In 2018, religious freedom conditions in Laos trended the same as in 2017. It continued to be difficult to obtain and confirm details about religious freedom violations due to heavy govern-ment censorship and restrictions on freedom of information. Lao officials seek to control all perceived challenges to state authority and often characterize religious and ethnic […]

Vietnam Upholds Jail Terms For Three Rights Campaigners Convicted of ‘Anti-State Propaganda’

A democratic revolution has just begun in Vietnam.

North Koreans Head to the Hills to Avoid Forced Labor, Contributions to Regime

HRW Calls for Sanctions on Cambodia’s ‘Dirty Dozen’

Cambodia’s Jailed Opposition Chief Awarded Rights Prize in Absentia

Asian News

Why Trump Has Gotten Extra Tough in Monitoring China at Sea

TAIPEI, TAIWAN – U.S. President Donald Trump is getting more aggressive toward Chinese activity in a disputed Asian sea compared to his predecessors, because the U.S. government fears China has expanded too far to overlook, analysts in the region believe. The U.S. government has stepped up military support over the past two years for countries […]

Drones, big money and cheap drugs: The Laos route spewing meth into Thailand

F-35s Unlikely, Taiwan Upgrades F-16s Fighters to Counter China

Postpone Vote on Vietnam Free Trade Agreement

Myanmar Court Sentences Reuters Journalists Investigating Government Rohingya Killings to Seven Years in Prison

World News

U.S. Prepared to Strike Iran Before Approval Was Abruptly Withdrawn

(WASHINGTON) — The United States made preparations for a military strike against Iran in retaliation for the downing of a U.S. surveillance drone, but the operation was abruptly called off with just hours to go, a U.S. official said. The official, who was not authorized to discuss the operation publicly and spoke on condition of […]

China to Militarize Coast Guard amid Maritime Rivalry from US, Southeast Asia

North Korea to send US remains of up to 200 American service members, officials say

U.S. Withdraws From U.N. Human Rights Council

Pentagon Suspends August Military Drills with South Korea

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