Yesterday marks the beginning of the royal funeral ceremonies for Thailand’s late King Bhumibol Adulyadej. For me, this is a time when all Thais form collective memories.
Cambodia has asked Singapore to consider importing agricultural products such as rice, pepper and mangoes, and to welcome more migrant workers from Cambodia.
Looking ahead, the economic outlook is positive, although significant challenges remain.
A study by McKinsey Global Institute found that by advancing women’s equality, $12 trillion would be added to the world GDP by 2025.
My favourite quote from any entertainer comes from Melvin James Kaminsky, aka Mel Brooks: “I’m the only Jew who ever made a buck offa Hitler.”
As crises and chaos swamp Western liberal democracy, it may be instructive to examine the “Chinese democracy”.
Although there is no study on the impact of consuming unsafe food in Cambodia, the public has become increasingly concerned about the food they eat.
Unesco is committed to facilitating dialogue among different civilisations, cultures and nationalities on the basis of respecting common values. It has gained wide recognition around the world.
President Donald Trump’s warning that he might ultimately terminate a landmark nuclear deal sets the stage for an eventual resurgence of political infighting within Iran’s complex power structures.
The CNRP will face dissolution under the newly amended law on political parties if party leader Kem Sokha is convicted on the treason charges he faces.
The population fits into two categories on the cheese front: those who have a wide variety, including plenty of stinking bishop, and those who buy a small block of cheddar because it may come in handy.
The cycle of mass shootings continues to repeat itself in the US. Every time a tragedy like this happens, it exposes a fundamental flaw that continues to plague the country’s government.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis on Monday required the US Army to stand ready for military options while the president is seeking diplomatic solutions to the Pyongyang issue.
Many expect that the US president will decertify Iranian compliance with the deal – returning US-Iran relations to a state of overt hostility.
Where does North Korea, whose gross domestic product is less than that of some American cities, get the money to fund its nuclear efforts?
After a week of televised, heart-wrenching funerals, American life will go on until the next massacre.
Mr Hun Sen firmly believed that Mr Trump would be more rational, practical and supportive of global peace and stability in order to promote economic development.
With Prime Minister Hun Sen heating up his rhetoric against the US and the recent arrest of opposition party leader Kem Sokha, “anti-Americanism” may sound justifiable.
Cambodia recently made the transition from a low income to a lower middle-income country, according to the World Bank’s rankings.
Only if Hong Kong’s people are resolute in defending their freedom against Chinese government pressure can they hope to secure the “one country, two systems” they were promised.