Month: September 2019

FORSEA Muslim Rohingya waiting the foods in the refugee camp at balukhali Bangladesh

NATIONAL SECURITY STATES DEMONISE MYANMAR’S VICTIMS OF GENOCIDE – ROHINGYA – AND OTHER REFUGEES

Those who vehemently oppose the repressive – and often racist, bigoted and economically predatory states – call attention to Myanmar's Rohingya people as the most terrorised by their own government.

/ September 25, 2019

BAN IN EXTRAMARITAL and GAY SEX POSTPONED IN INDONESIA

The Criminal Code may yet be revised so that human rights like freedom of expression and association are better protected. But this requires the mobilisation of civil society in a way that has not been seen since General Suharto was...

/ September 23, 2019
May 18th National Cemetery Memorial Hall

HOMAGE to GWANGJU and SALUTE TO SOUTH KOREAN DEMOCRATS and RIGHTS ACTIVISTS

FORSEA Co-founder Maung Zarni paid homage to South Korea's fallen democrats and rights activists at the May 18 National Cemetery, Gwangju, South Korea.

/ September 22, 2019

A NEW ROYAL CONSORT RAISES UNCOMFORTABLE QUESTIONS about THE ROLE OF ROYALTY IN THAILAND

After three failed marriages, Vajiralongkorn has lost interest in fulfilling the institution’s role in projecting family values. And after appointing a noble consort, it's a tall order to rescue King Vajiralongkorn’s image.

/ September 12, 2019
FORSEA South China Sea

STANDING UP to the GIANT: ANALYSING VIETNAM’S EFFORTS in the SOUTH CHINA SEA

The only way to avoid all-out conflict breaking out in the South China Sea is to present a strong collective front among ASEAN nations and for the international community to urge China to fully abide by international law.

/ September 4, 2019