Is the world on the eve of chaos? It appears so. The global trade war that US President Donald Trump threatens has become increasingly likely.
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It is the irony of ironies. China, rather than the US, now needs to speak up more clearly in support of a global trading system which is under attack from the very country that put it in place, writes Kerry Brown.
Canada’s retaliatory tariffs targeting $12.6 billion of US goods start on July 1.
Malaysia’s long wait for the appointment of its full cabinet is finally over.
Southeast Asia is experiencing rapid urbanisation, and with it comes more and more people who are absorbed into the unregulated, informal sectors of the economy.
It won’t be plain sailing for Timor-Leste after the May 12 parliamentary elections.
President Kim Il Sung was a leader with a vision for reunification of the Korea. On July 7, 1994 he signed his last document for an inter-Korean summit.
Russian academics were recently in Phnom Penh to discuss the possibility of training Cambodian officials in diplomacy.
Australia’s Senate on Thursday approved a package of new laws aimed at “preventing espionage and foreign interference”.
Asean countries are no strangers to conflict and violence.
Taiwan’s leader Tsai Ing-wen calls on the international community to “constrain China” and “minimise the expansion of their [China’s] hegemonic influence”.
US President Donald Trump has repeatedly accused the Chinese government of acting in bad faith in its approach to trade, domestic investment, and intellectual property.
This May 22 marked four years since Thailand’s last coup – the 12th successful one (out of 19) in Thailand since 1932.
US farmers and aircraft manufacturers may soon lose their share in the emerging Chinese market due to Donald Trump’s trade frictions with EU member states and Beijing.
The Asian region and the global economy have relied on American leadership but now it is necessary for Asia to step up.
New Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamed recently visited Japan and rekindled his Look East Policy, this strongly indicates the Pakatan Harapan government’s interest to work closer with Japan.
US Defense Secretary James Mattis is scheduled to visit China from June 26 to 28, his first official trip to China, and eighth to Asia, in the 17 months since assuming office.
Almost a half century of negotiations to improve the agreement culminated in the creation of the World Trade Organization in 1995.