Thailand’s Amnesty Law: Trigger for a New Round of Conflict?

Thailand’s Amnesty Law: Trigger for a New Round of Conflict?

Thailand has suffered a great deal of political instability over the last few years with a series of coups, changes in government, and mass demonstrations. Many believe that these have left Thai people with deep wounds. To heal these wounds,...
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Burma’s Missing Children

Burma’s Missing Children

According to the United Nations over 900 children each year in Myanmar are rescued from the hands of human traffickers. While these lucky ones are reunited with their families, many are still missing. As the country’s borders are opening up...
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China Takes Control of Key Pakistani Port

China Takes Control of Key Pakistani Port

China recently took over management of Gwadar port in Balochistan province in Pakistan. It’s located on the Arabian Sea at the mouth of the Gulf through which 30% of the world’s daily oil supply passes. The Pakistani government hopes that...
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