Edward Loxton, a former Daily Telegraph correspondent in Europe, reports on events in Thailand, Burma and Laos from his base in Chiang Mai. He is currently working on a book on human trafficking in Southeast Asia.
Full-moon party craze on Thai island have brought drownings, date-rapes, assaults – and now murder
US president's demand for an end to violence in Rakhine helped take pressure off opposition leader
Where is Suu Kyi's famous 'moral authority' as Muslim Rohingya homes are razed to the ground?
Conflict between Rakhine Buddhists and Rohingya Muslims could force opposition leader to make an unpopular intervention
Kachin rebel army uses guerilla tactics it employed to help the British beat the Japanese in WW2
Red Shirts get their way -
now will their hero Thaksin
Shinawatra return from
Desperate refugees head to South Korea - via China, Laos and Thailand. Exclusive report from Chiang Saen
'Killing was part of the job' said former agent described as 'a retired James Bond'
She has received a welter
of foreign invitations - but
will she dare leave Burma?
Rebel armies fail to link up
in bid to tackle Burmese
forces after sham election
Rebel armies have vowed to
topple new Rangoon regime
and heavy fighting has
If Thai police hadn’t caught
Jeff Savage, the ex-pat
vigilantes would have pounced
Thai king lies in hospital as
fears grow that the monarchy is
the red shirts’ real target
One year after Cyclone Nargis, the Burmese junta is hiding the continued suffering by turning one rebuilt village into a TV set
The protests reflect a growing national unease at the direction that the government of Prime Minister Somchaiu is taking the country
A dispute over an ancient Khmer temple has sparked conflict in Southeast Asia, says Edward Loxton
Victims of Cyclone Nargis have proven resilient despite media predictions of doom, says Edward Loxton
Burma’s military leadership knew the disaster would strike their country, reports Edward Loxton
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