Asia Calling Program on 3 September 2016

Extrajudicial killings in the Philippines continue unabated. Fatalities after the Indian state of Bihar banned alcohol. The power of a word for Burma's Rohingya population. Inside Java's zine scene.

Senin, 05 Sep 2016 10:44 WIB

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Some have joked that the new president of the Philippines, Rodrigo Duterte, is like a tropical Donald Trump. He’s crass, outspoken and at times deeply offensive.

But what’s happening in the Philippines right now is far more serious. The drug war has introduced a wave of extrajudicial killings and a climate of lawlessness and fear.

One that has eerie echoes of the days of former president Marcos and the days of martial law.

We’re also going to be hearing about the power of a word when it comes to politics in Burma, a controversial alcohol ban in India, and the vibrant ‘zine scene’ in Java.

We have all that and more coming up on this week’s show. 

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