From Antropologia, a special issue on Southeast Asia. Carbon emissions: Southeast Asia is in trouble. Myanmar’s bad blood: Following the country’s landmark election, can former political prisoners make nice with their military oppressors? Maya Tudor on four developments to watch after Burma’s historic elections. How will Aung San Suu Kyi govern Myanmar? After a landslide, worries that a beloved leader may be too much of a one-woman political movement. Democracy in Myanmar? Perhaps not yet. The war is over: In the Philippines, one of the world’s longest running communist insurgencies is being worn down by the passage of history. Vision and leadership: Adam Ross Pearlman reviews Lee Kuan Yew: The Grand Master's Insights on China, the United States, and the World, Interviews and Selections. Tyler Cowen on why Singapore is special (and more). It’s been 50 years since the biggest US-backed genocide you’ve never heard of (and more). Margaret Scott on the Indonesian massacre: What did the US know?