Category Archives: Southeast Asia

March Madness at Notes on the Periphery!: Part 5 (full bracket)

Over the past month, Will Vogt and I have unveiled an entire “bracket,” modeled off the 68-team format used during college basketball’s final tournament, to provide a short preview of 64 “forgotten” conflicts across the world. In each “regional”—Middle East … Continue reading

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March Madness at Notes on the Periphery!: Part 4 (Asia-Pacific)

(Note: This post was completed in conjunction with Will Vogt, another Notes on the Periphery contributor and the beloved “obscurity” columnist.) On April 8, the three most fun weeks of the year ended, namely NCAA college basketball’s final tournament. For … Continue reading

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Obscurity: Attack of the (Royal Army of the) Sulu

Building on the theme of the “periphery,” I’d like to use this blog space to highlight the unorthodox, the unexpected, and the truly bizarre in international affairs. For the record, this post is NOT about Dennis Rodman’s excursion to the … Continue reading

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