Eliza King works for an independent Brisbane-based NGO specialising in human rights and development throughout the Asian region.

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Escaping the Hydra’s Grip: Exiled Opposition Leaders’ Fight to Reform their Countries

03.09.18
  • A Roiling Question: The Right Way to Help the Rohingya

    01.14.18
  • Coral’s Other Crisis: Mass Tourism

    12.09.17
  • Seoul’s Final Countdown on North Korea

    08.26.17
  • Will a Controversial Education Reform Spark Fresh Protests in Hong Kong?

    06.30.17
  • Solving Central Asia’s Water Crisis

    05.19.17
  • Burying the Hatchet: Shinzo Abe in Pearl Harbor

    12.21.16
  • Why China’s Tougher Environmental Laws Are Likely to Fail

    11.03.16
  • Nationalism is Killing Obama’s “Pivot to Asia”

    09.27.16
  • Australia’s Cigarette Wars Turn Violent

    08.27.16
  • Debunking Japan’s Conspiracies

    07.28.16
  • Australia’s Dirty Post-COP21 Affair with Renewables

    07.13.16
  • Burying the Hatchet in Vietnam

    06.04.16
  • Sustainable Mining: A Global Problem Demands a Global Solution

    05.03.16
  • How Malaysia’s Statesman Emeritus Became A Broken Record

    04.09.16
  • Foreign Investment: Why Does the U.S. Mistrust China?

    03.16.16
  • How to End Modern Slavery in Thailand’s Seafood Industry

    02.08.16
  • Saudi Arabia, an ASEAN Power?

    01.28.16
  • Will Obama’s Pivot to Asia Survive Beyond 2016?

    12.09.15
  • The ISIS Threat in Southeast Asia

    10.30.15
  • Attitude Adjustment: The Erosion of Human Rights in Thailand

    10.22.15
  • China’s Ongoing Game of Chess in Southeast Asia

    08.20.15
  • Thailand’s Quiet Dictatorship

    06.09.15