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.
The CNRP and its previous leader Sam Rainsy and current leader Kem Sokha, are transient politicians who seek to capitalise on people’s frustrations.
As a refugee producing country for more than 20 years, it is commendable that Cambodia has gone to great lengths to show the world that they are now ready to help others.
Cambodia-US relations are strained by a 15-year-old agreement under which the United States is allowed to send to this country some 1,400 Cambodian immigrants convicted of crimes in the US.
Pyongyang’s foreign minister Ri Yong Ho responded that Mr Trump had “declared war” and North Korea reserved the right to take counter-measures.
The demand for infrastructure across Asia and the Pacific far outstrips current supply, according to a recent ADB report, Meeting Asia’s Infrastructure Needs.
In terms of the global economic system, there are more than two growth poles.
The term “regime change” is banded about, as if it is automatically bad. It need not be.
After the deployment of UNTAC in 1992, Cambodia became an NGO heaven. An influx of foreign aid came to Cambodia unlike anywhere else.
Political reconciliation and national unity are the only way for Cambodia to navigate through such turbulent times.
There was, in fact, no immediate recession in the United Kingdom following the Brexit vote; indeed, there was not even a slowdown in growth.
When Kim Jong-un inherited power in North Korea in late 2011, then-Chinese president Hu Jintao was outwardly supportive of the untested young leader.
There are claims and counter-claims, arguments and counter-arguments, regarding Mr Sokha’s case.
From the perspective of historical background and state capacity, we can say that Cambodia is still in elementary school when it comes to democracy, but we are sure that we are among the high-scorers.
The latest atrocities committed by the Buddhist army and militia against the Rohingya Muslims, will be used by hardliners to further fuel hate and violence in their countries.
Will future historians look back at Mr Trump’s presidency as a temporary aberration or a major turning point in America’s role in the world?
Most pundits agree that the least bad way to deal with North Korea’s nuclear sabre rattling is a continued combination of tight containment and aggressive diplomacy.
As a second generation journalist, I hate to see any newspapers close for the simple reason that people like me lose their jobs and readers lose the opportunity to hear a variety of views.
South Korea’s investment in Asean increased from $0.53 billion in 2000 to $5.1 billion, while its official development assistance to Asean rose to $418.9 million in 2016.
NDI has never been part of “civil society”. It was created by the US government, it is funded by the US government and it serves the US government.