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New Book on Clan Feuding in Mindanao Launches in Manila

May 7, 2014

New Book on Clan Feuding in Mindanao Launches in Manila

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Leaders Convene in Singapore for 2014 International Development Conference

April 30, 2014

On April 30, global leaders convened at the UNDP Global Centre for Public Service Excellence in Singapore for the 2014 International Development Conference that also launched the highly anticipated 2013 Change Readiness Index. Asia Foundation chief economist Véronique Salze-Lozac’h spoke on how the new index highlights areas that need attention if countries are to enjoy […]

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Public Awareness Campaign Raises Awareness of Solid Waste Management in Mongolia

April 23, 2014

Solid waste management is a key challenge in Mongolia’s sprawling capital, Ulaanbaatar, particularly in the surrounding ger districts where half of the city’s 1.2 million residents still live without access to even basic public services, an issue that has led to many illegal and unhealthy dump sites. To mark Ulaanbaatar’s city-wide cleanup on April 19, […]

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New Report Examines Political Parties in Bangsamoro

April 16, 2014

After almost 30 years of fighting and multiple rounds of negotiations, peace negotiations with the Moro Islamic Liberation Front in the southern Philippines have led to agreements that include the establishment of a new parliamentary form of government for an autonomous region of Bangsamoro.  A new report from The Asia Foundation assesses the overall state […]

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Foundation’s Najla Ayubi Joins Experts at USIP to Discuss Afghan Election

April 9, 2014

Najla Ayubi, The Asia Foundation’s deputy country representative in Afghanistan, joined other discussants from Kabul via videolink and in Washington at the U.S. Institute of Peace today for one of the earliest looks at Afghanistan’s April 5 historical elections. The experts offered insight into the political lay of the land for the country’s first democratic […]

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New Study Examines Policing in Timor-Leste

April 2, 2014

The Asia Foundation just released a new study that examines key features of police development in Asia’s youngest country, Timor-Leste. As part of the Overseas Development Institute’s global “Securing Communities” project, the case study reveals a unique process of development of community policing, influenced by historical legacies of occupation and resistance, and builds an understanding […]

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Google Launches Interactive Candidate Map Ahead of Indonesia Elections

March 26, 2014

Indonesia is gearing up for the first of two critical elections this year, and nearly 22 million of the 187 million registered voters, are 17 to 21 years old and will be casting ballots for the first time. The Asia Foundation is partnering with Google and Perludem to connect with these young voters and develop […]

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New Report Examines Trade Barriers in ASEAN

March 19, 2014

Trade experts gathered in Bangkok this week for the release of The Asia Foundation’s report, “Trade Facilitation and Cost of Non-Cooperation to Consumers in the ASEAN Economic Community.” Based on first-hand interviews, surveys, and economic data analysis, report authors explore the real-world consequences of trade barriers for consumers and offer recommendations on improving trade between […]

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Asia Foundation Launches New Series on Subnational Governance in Myanmar

March 12, 2014

The Asia Foundation just released the first volume of a new discussion paper series that identifies subnational governance issues in Myanmar and how they inform policy and reform processes. Working together with the Myanmar Development Resource Institute’s Centre for Economic and Social Development, this first paper examines decentralization within the country’s formal education system in […]

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Asia Foundation’s Country Representatives to Discuss Critical Issues in D.C.

March 5, 2014

On March 12 in Washington, D.C., The Asia Foundation will feature all 18 of its country representatives from across Asia, along with other experts, for a day-long discussion on Asia’s critical issues in the 21st century. This event is part of a week of activities in Washington, including in-depth discussions with policy-makers, and serves to […]

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