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Trump s Indonesia challenge begins with Pence visit
The US administration must adroitly manage a relationship that risks coming under greater strain, writes Prashanth Parameswaran
POSTED |  17-04-2017
Myanmar s turbulent year of civilian rule
By-elections later this week could intensify pressure on the governing National League for Democracy, writes Thomas Kean
POSTED |  30-03-2017
Narrowing the development gap in ASEAN
Cohesion, unity, and centrality will be affected if some of its members are excluded or left behind, writes Vannarith Chheang
POSTED |  09-03-2017
No real winner in political strife
Cambodia’s cut-throat political competition must be swiftly fixed for the sake of the country, writes Chheang Vannarith
POSTED |  13-02-2017
Trump s Pox Americana
The new US president has sounded an unprecedented retreat for the United States from its role as a world leader, writes David Rothkopf.
POSTED |  27-01-2017
The impacts of Panama Papers keep coming
The investigation has produced an almost daily drumbeat of regulatory moves, follow-up stories and calls by politicians and activists for more action to combat offshore financial secrecy, write Will Fitzgibbon and Emilia Díaz-Struck.
POSTED |  01-01-2017
World leaders pledge to work with Trump
But some officials say the vote could mark the end of an era in which the US was seen by its allies as a guarantor of peace, writes NOAH BARKIN of Reuters.
POSTED |  09-11-2016
King Bhumibol world s longest serving monarch dies
Most Thais have known no other monarch and he has been portrayed as a guiding light through decades of political turmoil.
POSTED |  13-10-2016
MH370 cover up revealed It should never have flown
Veteran aviation reporter Christine Negroni’s new book reveals that the airplane did not meet the airline’s own rules for being able to track where it was — one more example of an investigation that is not fit for its purpose.
POSTED |  03-10-2016
Unheard voices
The plight of men and young men affected by the violence in Thailand’s Deep South are often unheard – 63% of men are psychologically affected by the conflict compared to 30% of women.
POSTED |  23-09-2016
000 voluntarily left Japan for North Korea after WWII Or did they
Although they were not entirely swayed by the utopian propaganda, they figured that North Korea at least would offer them an escape from the discrimination and poverty in Japan.
POSTED |  24-08-2016-- By Julie Makinen --
China s One Belt One Road Will it reshape global trade
One of the biggest stories in Asian business is China’s One Belt, One Road initiative, an economic and diplomatic program that could transform trade.
POSTED |  26-07-2016
Politics in a 98post truth age
In this topsy-turvy US presidential campaign, the old laws may no longer apply, writes Christina Pazzanese of The Harvard Gazette.
POSTED |  20-07-2016
The state of the US news media 2016 Mobile continues its takeover
Pew’s annual survey of the US news media shows that trends of mobile consumption and platform domination are ongoing, writes Joseph Lichterman
POSTED |  04-07-2016
Everything is awful Brexit edition
From the 2016 presidential election to the West’s standoff with Russia, the Brexit could reshape the world order for years to come.
POSTED |  25-06-2016
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