US Defense Secretary Jim Mattis has already pledged that the military would shoot down any missile it deemed a danger to US or allied territory.
As a network committed to refugee rights protection, APRRN urges the Royal Cambodian Government to protect the right of the remaining 36 Montagnards seeking asylum.
Some analysts claim that laws are being used as political tools to silence critics ahead of next year’s national election.
Amid the rising security threat posed by North Korea’s nuclear and missile tests, South Korea seeks to strengthen its strategic and security cooperation with Asean.
The stakes obviously are much higher regarding North Korea, with US-South Korean joint military exercises last week aggravating already-high tensions.
There is rising concern over the widespread use of fake news concerning recent political developments in Cambodia.
Tensions between the United States and North Korea might be grabbing the headlines, but that isn’t the only crisis that could spark a major war.
Today, it is again time to name names, and not only in the UK, where democracy is writhing with Brexit fever.
As a retiree with a lot of time on my hands, I often take long walks around Phnom Penh in an effort to get some exercise and also to get to know the city better.
There is no negative team. As for the offending quote, there is not one political party in Cambodia, or elsewhere for that matter, which would not be aware when an election year is at hand.
The debates on the Cambodia-Laos border tensions are now polarised and somehow politicised. There are two camps in the debate – the positive and negative camps.
Asean’s greatest economic achievement has been tariff reduction. On average, Asean’s 10 member states have cut 96 percent of tariff lines to 0 percent.
The far-right danger was no secret. Following Barack Obama’s election in 2008, experts on radical movements warned that membership in white supremacist and neo-Nazi groups was growing dramatically.
Human rights advocates and journalists are alarmed by her treatment of the media and fear the erosion of gains in freedom of speech.
Host countries benefit from the enhanced economic growth that migrant labour makes possible, which may entail winners as well as losers, while migrants benefit from employment and livelihood opportunities.
Since the signing of a strategic partnership agreement in 2013, Cambodia-Japan ties have been deepening and widening.
Some people in Guam are expressing panic for the first time since the end of the Cold War. The US has already had the worst of the confrontation with North Korea.
The US can’t usually gain the upper hand in this war of words, as Pyongyang chooses whatever wording it likes, and what Washington says may not be heard by North Korean society.
The US is the sole superpower, but its media and elites are the most narrow-minded. They unreasonably require the whole world to serve US interests.
To prewar Fascists, the US was often regarded as the symbol of cosmopolitan decadence. The offensive use of “cosmopolitanism”, then, has a profoundly anti-American provenance.