In August 2015, I tweeted that if Donald Trump were to be elected President of the United States, we would have to “head for the bunkers.”
At the invitation of Prime Minister Nguyen Xuan Phuc, Cambodian Prime Minister Hun Sen arrived in Hanoi yesterday to kick off a two-day state visit to further deepen traditional ties between the two countries and their people.
December will be a month of reconciliation for Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe as he meets leaders from two countries that fought Japan in World War II: the United States and Russia.
Sarah Sewall, the US under-secretary of state for civilian security, democracy and human rights, spoke recently of how freedom of information and freedom of the press form the bedrock for US foreign policy.
After years of frayed relationships due to the deep differences over South China Sea issue, Cambodia and the Philippines have entered a new chapter of improved ties after the two-day state visit of President Rodrigo Duterte this week.
Thanks to unprecedented international cooperation, the world is making impressive progress in the fight against malaria.
When Donald Trump becomes US president next month, one issue above all others could force his new administration to work closely with China and underscore why he and Beijing need each other – North Korea.
Planning. It is the key to successful military action – and, in many ways, to success in general – and United States Marines like me pride ourselves on it.
When China joined the WTO on December 11, 2001, it was written into the agreement that members could treat China as a “non-market economy,” due to the size of the Chinese economy, government intervention and its state-owned enterprises.
A bronze bust of Winston Churchill, displayed in the White House since the 1960s, has been the object of a continuing right-wing canard in Washington.
Twenty-First Century Fox Inc’s plan to buy the remaining stake in Sky Plc further insulates the Murdoch family-owned media company from a US television advertising market roiled by sagging ratings, experts said.
Malaysia’s Prime Minister Najib Razak had strong words for Aung San Suu Kyi last weekend as he led a rally in Kuala Lumpur to show solidarity with the Muslim Rohingya in Rakhine State, which is also known as Arakan State.
Now that Donald Trump has been elected President of the United States, the end of what was previously termed the “West” has become all but certain.
The Mekong region has drawn remarkable attention this year from regional stakeholders and international development partners alike.