The risks posed by North Korea’s nuclear programme undoubtedly must be addressed.
Who will rule the world? It’s a subject that more and more becomes the conversation among Western politicians and policy makers – and its content darkens with every passing month.
The most effective regional frameworks are virtuous cycles. They are built on key state-to-state relations among members and reinforce and strengthen these same relations.
Thai Prime Minister General Prayuth Chan-ocha promised to hold a general election ‘no later’ than February 2019.
Cambodia’s progress has not been portrayed fairly by some media, argues Suos Yara. These media outlets, he writes, are just parroting opposition views and kowtowing to the NGOs, and help to perpetuate a situation of doom and gloom.
Relations between China and Australia are becoming increasingly testy and strained. A growing number of people in Australia are concerned about the extent and nature of China’s influence.
When the United Nations was created, its founders envisioned a different kind of world.
It was a historic moment yesterday for Cuba: the end of the Castro era. But despite the change in power, people in the country are under no illusions that their problems will disappear, writes Yoani Sanchez.
Although there have been remarkable achievements in forging regional cooperation, integration, and connectivity, there are several challenges that Cambodia needs to overcome to enhance the country’s competitiveness, writes Chheang Vannarith.
The good news is that World War III has not started. But the bad news is that nothing in Syria will be improved by Western powers’ airstrikes, writes DW’s Christian F Trippe.
Nikki Haley, US ambassador to the United Nations, said that the US will remain in Syria until its goals there are accomplished.
Donald Trump’s recently announced trade tariffs and upcoming summit with North Korea give China an unprecedented opportunity to prove its strength before the eyes of the world.
The ongoing rapprochement on the Korean Peninsula has been enhanced after US President Donald Trump agreed to meet North Korean leader Kim Jong Un in May.
Even as policy doves hope that a grand bargain can be struck either in the Moon – Kim or Trump – Kim summit, we should not count on Kim Jong Un having a nuclear disarmament epiphany. Liang Tuang Nah tells why.
The rise of China and the election of President Donald Trump have led many to believe that the American century is effectively over.
Russian military officials announced recently that their new Zircon anti-ship missile is capable of speeds, roughly six times the speed of sound. For many observers, this escalation of missile systems comes at a dangerous time.
Half of the planet cannot access essential health services. For many people, paying to see a doctor or even getting immunised against common illnesses is a choice between staying healthy and slipping into poverty.
Since the 1932 revolution overthrew Thailand’s absolute monarchy, the Thai military has been as much a political actor as an instrument of policy.
Even the United States’ long-standing allies can no longer rely on being exempt from higher US import tariffs on various products. According to DW’s Daniel Winter the logic behind Donald Trump’s protectionist trade policy makes no sense.
Japan usually avoids being viewed as interfering in the domestic affairs of other countries and is consistent in its foreign policy approach towards Cambodia by not intervening in the Kingdom’s internal affairs, writes