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Sebastian Strangio

Sebastian Strangio

Sebastian Strangio is Southeast Asia Editor at The Diplomat. 

In 2008, he began his career as a reporter at The Phnom Penh Post in Cambodia, and has since traveled and reported extensively across the 10 nations of ASEAN. Sebastian’s writing has appeared in leading publications including Foreign Affairs, the Los Angeles Review of Books, and The New York Times, The Diplomat, and Nikkei Asian Review, among many others. He is the author of “ (Yale, 2014), a path-breaking examination of Cambodia since the fall of the Khmer Rouge, and “ (Yale, 2020). 

Alongside his journalistic work, Sebastian has also consulted for a wide variety of economic risk firms and non-government organizations, and is quoted frequently in the international media on political developments in Southeast Asia. Sebastian holds a B.A. and Master’s degree in international politics from The University of Melbourne. He currently lives in Adelaide.

You can get in touch with Sebastian via , , or email.

Posts by Sebastian Strangio
February 18, 2022

Myanmar Crisis Overshadows Meeting of ASEAN Foreign Ministers

By Sebastian Strangio
The informal gathering took place without the involvement of the junta's appointed foreign minister, but a path forward on the crisis is hard to see.

February 17, 2022

Chinese Pipeline in Myanmar Damaged in Attack by Anti-Regime Forces

By Sebastian Strangio
Chinese facilities and enterprises are increasingly being caught in the crossfire of the struggle between the PDFs and the Tatmadaw.
February 17, 2022

Southeast Asian Elite Survey Paints Complex Picture of China Ties

By Sebastian Strangio
The ISEAS-Yusof Ishak Institute's latest State of Southeast Asia survey reflects the region's fraught and ambivalent view of China's rising power.

February 16, 2022

Indonesia Breaks Daily COVID-19 Record as Omicron Surge Continues

By Sebastian Strangio
The surge has prompted the authorities to reintroduce some limited social restrictions on Java and Bali.

February 16, 2022

Cambodia Puts Controversial National Internet Gateway Plan on Hold

By Sebastian Strangio
Under proposed rules, Cambodian ISPs would be required to route all of their internet traffic through a single, government-controlled chokepoint.

February 15, 2022

Japan’s Kirin to Finalize Withdrawal From Myanmar

By Sebastian Strangio
After a year of failed negotiations with its military-linked joint venture partner, the Japanese beverage maker has become the latest foreign firm to exit the country.
February 15, 2022

Myanmar Junta to Spurn ASEAN Foreign Ministers’ Meeting

By Sebastian Strangio
The decision came after Cambodia, ASEAN's current chair, announced that the junta would only be permitted to send a "non-political" representative.

February 11, 2022

Indonesia Finalizes Major Jet Fighter Purchases From US, France

By Sebastian Strangio
The two purchases reflect both the ambition of Indonesia's defense modernization plans and its promiscuous approach to procurements.

February 11, 2022

Philippines Election Authority Dismisses More Complaints Against Marcos

By Sebastian Strangio
The son of the late dictator now holds a commanding lead in the race to succeed President Rodrigo Duterte.

February 10, 2022

Philippines Fully Opens to Foreign Visitors After Nearly 2 Years

By Sebastian Strangio
The move, which follows a sudden easing of COVID-19 infections, will deliver a much-needed jolt to the nation's tourism industry.

February 10, 2022

As Cambodian Election Season Nears, Opposition Parties Prepare to Tackle Hun Sen

By Sebastian Strangio
Upcoming commune and national elections won't be free or fair, but they will offer signals of how the CPP plans to govern during its next mandate.
February 09, 2022

Thailand Drops Cannabis From Its List of Controlled Narcotics

By Sebastian Strangio
Public Health Minister Anutin Charnivakul said the move marked the beginning of "a new history for cannabis" in the country.

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