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Nepal quake and hate politics

Nepal quake and hate politics

Tragedy has brought out those wanting to spread religious hatred

Uyghur scholar's writings shed light on China's missteps

Uyghur scholar's writings shed light on China's missteps

Analysis: By failing to be more tolerant, Chinese officials fomented 'chaos' in Xinjiang

The lucky ones

The lucky ones

Post-war Sri Lanka can no longer pretend its problems are too big to solve

The perils of thoughtless giving

The perils of thoughtless giving

Projects begun in Asia by Western missionaries all too often fail due to lack of vision, sustainability

A courageous leader cannot be afraid to lose face

A courageous leader cannot be afraid to lose face

Indonesia's President Joko Widodo could better show his strength by showing mercy to death row convicts

South-South relations and the unresolved question of Papua

South-South relations and the unresolved question of Papua

Recent efforts by Papuans to establish a dialogue with the central govt have been undermined by local officials

Pope Francis and the power of humility

Pope Francis and the power of humility

From the moment Jorge Cardinal Bergoglio adopted the name 'Francis' the world has seen a pope for whom the virtue of humility is primary

Why are Malaysia's Muslims so cross about a cross?

Why are Malaysia's Muslims so cross about a cross?

The once moderate nation is seeing an increase in protests against places of worship

Questioning voices are fading fast under China oppression

Questioning voices are fading fast under China oppression

Jailing of journalist Gao Yu underscores lengths the Communist Party takes to quash freedom of expression

Seventy years after WWII, can Japan be as repentant as Germany?

Seventy years after WWII, can Japan be as repentant as Germany?

Upcoming speeches by Shinzo Abe are not likely to be as remoreseful as victim nations would like

Forty years on, wide gulf remains between ex-Khmer Rouge, survivors

Forty years on, wide gulf remains between ex-Khmer Rouge, survivors

Authorities have done too little to reconcile those who perpetrated crimes with those who suffered them

Genocide studies greatly needed in Cambodia

Genocide studies greatly needed in Cambodia

Younger generation needs to be better educated about the country's horrific past

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