Despite initially riding momentum carried from Q4 2019, hopes for an initial public offering (IPO) window of opportunity and rebound in the first half of 2020 were cut short by the global impact of COVID-19…
The Coronavirus nightmare is tapering off in China, which is good news for the Chinese.
We need to get into mission-mode to defeat the spread of COVID-19 and build a new, stronger and healthier India.
As the number of US Coronavirus cases surges, hospitals and clinics are fast running out of crucial medical supplies to the battle against the virus.
Panic buying has hit the world harshly. With the uprising of COVID-19, people are queuing endlessly in supermarkets and drugstores.
As the number of US Coronavirus cases surges, hospitals and clinics are fast running out of medical supplies, crucial to the battle against the virus.
This success story casts Cambodia in a positive light as a global player in global health diplomacy.
The rising number of victims in the COVID-19 pandemic is shocking Europe, much as the Lisbon earthquake did 265 years ago.
Although there have been some setbacks along the way, democratisation in Cambodia has been evolving in a positive way.
As the US reduces its troops, almost all parties in Afghanistan are seeking after the Taliban.
When historians look back one day at the beginning of this crisis, they are likely to identify arrogance and egotism as two of the fundamental flaws of the Western world.
In a real democracy, responsible and informed citizens have to join forces with the state to fight crises such as this one.
Crisis management needs strong leaders with strategic thinking and plans.
Constant contact and close coordination are the best medicine to ensure that the economic pain inflicted by the virus is relatively short-lived.
While the novel coronavirus is raging through the world, it may well be the reminder that people need to make peace with wildlife and nature.
The fact is that a large number of people quite often simply forward whatever they receive on their devices out of “Look, I’ve just seen this!” excitement and sheer ignorance.
The economic upheaval caused by the COVID-19 outbreak has revived memories of the 2008-09 global financial crisis (GFC).
Social distancing is a conscious effort to reduce contact between people to slow down the transmission and spread of contagious illnesses such as the Coronavirus.
We are currently living through two major crises simultaneously: The global coronavirus pandemic and the resulting financial and economic crisis that it sparked.
The economy of Cambodia is to suffer the effects of two hard blows in the coming months and years. (EBA) scale back and (COVID-19) pandemic.
The war against Coronavirus is a global people’s war. We need to deal with it together to get back our normality of social life and the resumption of robust trade, investment and tourism.
Building resilient climate infrastructure does require high-tech equipment, satellite links and real time transmission of data.
The novel coronavirus outbreak will have a major impact on relations between the European Union, China and the United States.
Every day at 5am in the morning, residents living in the outskirts of the capital of Phnom Penh are carrying a couple of 30-litre gallons to get water from several 10,000-litre water tanks deployed along the road.
WHO said that South East Asia should step up “aggressive measures” in the battle against the spreading coronavirus (COVID-19) pandemic.
This year’s motto for the International Weeks Against Racism is: “Show your face – raise your voice.” I am hoping this appeal is aimed squarely at the silent majority.
The killer COVID-19 is prompting the reactivation and revival of the South Asian Association of Regional Cooperation (SAARC).
Run for your lives – that seemed to be European governments’ motto at the beginning of the Coronavirus crisis.
The Fed announced an interest rate cut and QE – the printing of money not backed up by economic growth –programme, which shocked global markets.
Making a move with critical preparedness, readiness and response actions is the only way to deal with pandemic diseases.