February 10, 2015

Will Myanmar's messy reform process work? History says yes

By Keith B. Richburg, February 10, 2015 Following is my piece on Myanmar’s democratic transition, just published (2/10/2015) by the Nikkei Asian Review. I invite you to […]
February 6, 2015

China bets on a nuclear future

By Keith B. Richburg, February 6, 2015 ©The Edge Review The meltdown in 2011 at Japan’s Fukushima Daiichi nuclear facility led to an extremely rare occurrence next […]
January 30, 2015

How China is building dominance

By Keith B. Richburg, January 30, 2015 China is in the midst of an infrastructure building boom.  And it’s not just the highways, dams, airports and high-speed […]
January 18, 2015

Freedom in a hall of mirrors

By Keith B. Richburg, January 18, 2015 Here’s my piece from the latest Edge Review on free speech and the importance of satire, in the wake of […]
January 14, 2015

Charlie Hebdo and Free Speech

By Keith B. Richburg, January 14, 2015 I was on Al Jazeera English today, 14 January 2015, from Bangkok, where I was speaking about the Charlie Hebdo […]
January 6, 2015

A New Year in Yangon

By Keith B. Richburg, January 6, 2015 Greetings, and thanks for returning to this blog space. And if you are a newcomer, thank for checking it out, […]
November 26, 2014

Why Obama is Mad for Myanmar

By Keith B. Richburg, November 26, 2014 Did you ever wonder why President Obama and his administration seem to have invested so much time and energy on […]
October 27, 2014

Asia's Rocky Road to Democracy Primary tabs

By Keith B. Richburg, October 27, 2014 For the latest edition of The Edge Review, I take a look at the recent setbacks to democracy in Southeast […]
October 13, 2014

Sounds of Silence in Bangkok

By Keith B. Richburg, October 13, 2014 Last time in this space, I wrote about the student-led pro-democracy protests, a piece that originally appeared in The Washington […]