_Ashley S. Westerman

Southeast Asia Stories

_Reporting On Southeast Asia


Amid Renewed Violence In Myanmar's Rakhine State, Arakan Army Returns To Spotlight

Insurgents Kill 7 Myanmar Security Forces In Independence Day Attack

U.S. Won't Label Atrocities Against Rohingya 'Genocide'

BOOKS: The 'Shadowlands' Of Southeast Asia's Illicit Networks: Meth, Dancing Queens And More

U.N., Myanmar Sign Framework For 'Voluntary, Safe' Return Of Rohingya Refugees

U.S. Holocaust Museum Rescinds Human Rights Award From Aung San Suu Kyi

Bill Richardson: 'Aung San Suu Kyi Needs To Start Listening'

Breakdown Of Talks In Myanmar Prompts High-Profile Negotiator's Resignation

Rohingya Activist: 'Rohingya Are Not Safe Anywhere'

OPINION/COMMENTARY: Can You Still Have Hope When Life Seems Hopeless?

Long-Persecuted Rohingya Find Refuge, But Not Acceptance, In Bangladesh

Rohingya Fleeing Myanmar Describe Military Tactic Of Systematic Rape

Rohingya Families Flee Persecution And Suffering In Myanmar For Bangladesh


Cambodian Oppositions Leaders Say Their Efforts To Return Have Been Thwarted

U.S. Deports Dozens More Cambodian Immigrants, Some For Decades-Old Crimes

'Democracy For Cambodia Is At Stake' As Country Heads Into Elections

'Fear Is Something Constant,' Says Daughter Of Jailed Cambodian Opposition Leader

Cambodia Daily Newspaper To Close After 24 Years

In Cambodia, A Crackdown On Independent Media Threatens A Respected Daily

U.S. Deports The Latest Group Of Cambodian Immigrants (Editor)


Monsoon Rains Hit Indonesia Causing Massive Flooding In Jakarta

Violence Follows Pro-Independence Protests In Indonesia's Papua Region

Meet Voice Of Baceprot, The All-Girl Metal Band Making Waves In Indonesia


'A Million Elephants' No More: Conservationists In Laos Rush To Save An Icon

In Laos, A Chinese-Funded Railway Sparks Hope For Growth — And Fears Of Debt

What China's Belt And Road Means For Elephants In Laos


2 Goldman Sachs Bankers Charged In Malaysian Financial Scandal

Pompeo Arrives In Malaysia After A Former Ruler Makes A Surprising Comeback

Former Malaysian Prime Minister Charged In Corruption Scandal

In Election Upset, Malaysia's Mahathir Returns To Power After 15 Years


Journalist's Arrest In Philippines Sparks Demonstrations, Fears Of Wider Crackdown

A Push To Modernize Philippine Transport Threatens The Beloved Jeepney

Martial Law Extended For Another Year In Southern Philippines

Philippines' Duterte Is A Divisive Figure, Even Abroad

ANYLYSIS: How Big A Threat Is Extremism In Southeast Asia?

Duterte Considers Expanding Martial Law In Fight Against ISIS Allies (Editor)

World Immigration Called 'Win-Win' For Rich Nations, And Poor

To Care For U.S. Kids, Filipinas Leave Their Own Behind


What The Ouster Of The Royal Consort May Say About Where Thailand Is Heading


'Fake News' Law Goes Into Effect In Singapore, Worrying Free Speech Advocates


To The Dismay Of Free Speech Advocates, Vietnam Rolls Out Controversial Cyber Law

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