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ICC's verdict on Darfur : whose responsibility?
The International Criminal Court's unprecedented ruling to arrest the Sudanese president for crimes against humanity is a step further in advancing the doctrine of the Responsibility to Protect (R2P). However, in the ...
Responding to Non-Traditional security challenges in Asia
Emerging security challenges in Asia are compelling the international community to take a hard look at their causes and implications on state and human security. Given the growing complexity of these challenges, responding ...
Typhoon Kestana: Asia's Katrina
The devastation and catastrophe wrought by Typhoon Kestana on the Philippines’ capital Manila reflect a huge gap between rising vulnerabilities and preparedness at the national and regional levels. As more climate change ...
Aung San Suu Kyi's Verdict: Implications for ASEAN
The guilty verdict by a Myanmar court on Aung San Suu Kyi for breaking the terms of her house arrest is a serious blow to the standing of ASEAN both locally and internationally. It comes less than a month after ASEAN ...