Sebastian Strangio

Sebastian Strangio is a journalist and author focusing on Southeast Asia. Since 2008 he has roamed widely across the region and his writing has appeared in Foreign Policy, The New York Times, the New Republic, Foreign Affairs, and The Atlantic, among many other publications. He is also the author of the book Hun Sen’s Cambodia (Yale University Press, 2014). He currently splits his time between Phnom Penh, Cambodia, and Chapel Hill, North Carolina.


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Reading Burma

Sebastian Strangio explores books that complicate the international image of Burma....

Reading Burma
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