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For Southeast Asians, Israel-Gaza war is more worrying than even South China Sea row – as extremism fears grow

The Gaza war resonated deeply among Southeast Asian respondents in a recent survey, given the significant proportion of Muslims in the region.

yesterday 20

South China Morning Post

Joanne Lin

Is Japan joining Aukus? Not just yet – but it has a keen interest in its success

Japan was an early supporter of Aukus, viewing the alliance as a positive step for regional security that would counterbalance China’s...

previous day 20

South China Morning Post

John Blaxland

Malaysia’s Sabah water crisis: don’t blame the weather, time for politicians to live up to promises

The crisis reveals decades of official inertia in dealing with long-term resource planning and decrepit water infrastructure in Sabah.

friday 30

South China Morning Post

Joseph Sipalan

Is it time to call code red on TikTok challenges and Gen Z’s obsession with popularity contests?

TikTok challenges have encouraged trends such as Gen Z users believing they are ‘ageing like milk’ and changing up their image to fish for...

07.04.2024 8

South China Morning Post

Serene Goh

Duterte-Xi pact: how Philippines’ domestic politics can affect management of South China Sea tensions

Shifting gears on foreign relations brought by leadership change may bear on how a country’s commitment to deals is viewed by other disputants.

06.04.2024 20

South China Morning Post

Lucio Blanco Pitlo Iii