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International relations

Southeast Asian democracy in decline under repressive regimes

Opposition crackdowns and Rohingya crisis threaten freedom in the region

The Rohingya crisis was a major factor affecting Myanmar's falling score in Freedom House's report.   © Reuters

TOKYO -- Several Southeast Asian countries have experienced deteriorating conditions of political rights and civil liberties in the past year, according to a report by U.S. nongovernmental organization Freedom House.

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