Religion is proving an increasingly divisive factor in the politics of Asian nations.
Public sentiment is moving away from President Erdogan in Turkey’s largest cities, especially his hometown of Istanbul. This will have major political ramifications.
Using the Islamic lens is the focus of Western analysis when it comes to assessing Indonesia’s political present and future. This limits proper understanding.
UN and U.S. criticism put pressure on the Islamic world to speak out against China’s actions to rein in Islam at home.
By seizing on the blasphemy issue, Imran Khan puts himself between a rock and a hard place.
Turkey’s President views the Balkan countries as easy prey. A close-up look at Albania’s future path.
Last week’s election result is a major milestone in the racial politics of Malaysia. They point to a mature democracy based on the rule of law.
How many more sinister steps can Erdogan take before the EU and the U.S. recognize that he is a threat to Western strategic interests?
A selection of the most interesting features by Jean-Pierre Lehmann.