Vietnamese troops faced little resistance when they entered Cambodia's capital on January 7th, 1979.
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As Luang Prabang, Laos' former royal capital of South East Asia becomes the latest addition to UNESCO world heritage sites, Cherry Barnett explores its significance.
Peter Riddick looks at the way oral history can add another perspective to our understanding of situations and events.
Karl Hack on the links between dams and decolonisation and the ups and downs of Anglo-Malaysian relations.
For the past 600 years the island of Java has been the scene for the encounter of the two major cultural and religious traditions of the world.
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