By Jørgen Delman, University of Copenhagen: As a social scientist working in the field of Chinese politics, I note with interest the speed with which perceptions of China changed these last months. A Cold War mentality is detectable. We hear
Stig Toft Madsen
October 22, 2007
Elisabeth L. Engebretsen
Malaysia’s only casino, Casino de Genting at Genting Highlands Resort, is for high rollers. For the filthy rich and for the middle men. And for those with dirty money that needs washing.
By Anya Palm
Preah Vihear is an unimaginably beautiful place. It is a
province, but it takes it’s name after an 11th Century Khmer
Temple, which towers over
the landscape on a 525-metre high mountain. The temple is stunningly
well-preserved – there are still carvings of dancing Apsaras, Buddha statues
and stone stair cases leading up to a perhaps even more breathtaking view over
That is utterly unimportant, though.
Aceh as a model of
Asian-European security cooperation by Timo Kivimäki
By Stig Toft Madsen, Senior researcher at NIAS
Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the relevance of posting insightful analyses has become apparent. We are therefore content to announce that the InFocus blog has relaunched!
By Mai Corlin, Ph.D. student, Aarhus University Gender inequality is not simply the unfair treatment of men and women. It is a complex issue tied to a whole range of disparities in society at large, argues Professor Min Dongchao, who