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Fuadi Pitsuwan

An adjunct research scholar at Georgetown Universi

Fuadi Pitsuwan
10 Jan 2014

Not anti-democratic riff-raff

What the world is witnessing in Thailand is at least two competing definitions of democracy.

10 Jan 2014 9
20 Nov 2012

West, Islam can unite over Rohingya cause

Thomas Donilon, the US president's national security adviser, said that Barack Obama was to raise concerns over the plight of Muslim Rohingya in Rakhine state during his meetings with Myanmar President Thein Sein and opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi. Doing so could be critical not only to resolving the conflict in Rakhine state, but it could also have great implications for relations between Islam and the West.

20 Nov 2012
17 Apr 2012

Asean peacekeepers for Myanmar?

Does the Association of Southeast Asian Nations want to sustain its relevance and be a credible player in international politics? Does it want to develop the ability to respond to potential challenges faced individually or collectively by its members?

17 Apr 2012