Indonesia’s presidential debate highlights disagreements from corruption, bureaucratic system to combating terrorism, but also, showing lots of similarities.
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China’s strategy to unify with Taiwan including 66 mulinational companies dear to Taiwanese consumers, is expected to raise a new round of anger.
The Indian government intensified its harassment and at times prosecution of critics in 2018, Human Rights Watch said in its World Report 2019.
Cambodia’s P.M. Hun Sen used crackdown on rights and a bogus election to tighten his grip on power and solidify one-party rule, Human Rights Watch said.
Thailand’s junta did little in 2018 to address the country’s mounting human rights concerns, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2019.
Nepal moved to federal structure of governance in 2018 and held elections but failed to deliver justice for country’s decade-long conflict that ended 2006.
Vietnam intensified its systemic suppression of basic civil and political rights during 2018, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2019.
Malaysia’s human rights make major gains in 2018 after the election of new government that ran on a manifesto promising to make the country’s rights record.
The Myanmar government committed grave abuses against Rohingya Muslims and other ethnic minorities throughout 2018, Human Rights Watch said.
China’s government tightened its grip on all aspects of society in 2018, Human Rights Watch said today in its World Report 2019.