The Thai government this past week decided to relax the narcotics law and allow hemp to be grown.
A Saudi prince has been revealed to be the buyer of Leonardo da Vinci’s “Salvator Mundi”, for which he spent $450.3 million.
The risk of a US military confrontation with North Korea, coupled with Trump’s increasingly peculiar behaviour, put official Washington on edge.
In a matter of three weeks, the United States government has attacked the Palestinian people on three fronts.
Human Rights Day, marks the launch of a year’s celebration to commemorate the 70th anniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights.
North Korea recently tested its Hwasong-15 ballistic missile, reaching an altitude of 4,475 kilometres during its 53-minute flight.
It seems that China’s leaders have now forsaken Deng Xiaoping’s advice to tao guang yang hui (“keep a low profile”).
Five years after the introduction of plain packaging laws in Australia, the results are embarrassing for those who said it would dramatically reduce tobacco consumption.
World Aids Day is an important milestone each year allowing the ongoing pandemic of HIV/Aids to be the focus of global attention.
The Cambodian government has opted for deepening its strategic ties with China amid mounting international pressure.
I am extremely happy to visit the Kingdom of Cambodia at the invitation of Prime Minister Hun Sen.
World Aids Day is a time to remember the lives lost, and recommit to ending Aids.
almost half of all women who were victims of homicide in 2012 were killed by intimate partners or family members.
The speaker of Indonesia’s parliament Setya Novanto is a political survivor after five corruption scandals.
Cambodia to become a middle-income country by 2030 and a high-income country by 2050.
My computer, my mug of coffee, my cotton T-shirt and my sneakers. As I write this, I can’t help but think about the costs of these items.
The death of democracy is when populism rules the world and the concept of governance becomes obsolete. It is when democracy becomes absolute and peace become secondary.
The 10 Asean countries, with a population of more than 650 million people, are becoming one of the world’s most important political and geographical alliances.
Political uncertainty is on the rise after the dissolution of the main opposition, the Cambodia National Rescue Party (CNRP).
Information on North Korea is often difficult to obtain, analysts say it is too soon to draw any firm conclusions from the unspecified punishments.
Moving forward, so long as the CPP leadership is committed to maintaining a democratic regime, it is imperative that doing business as usual won’t help.
In October 1997, when global leaders gathered in Oslo to strategise how to end child labour, we brought a huge ambition and a deep commitment to change.
The Cambodian Supreme Court has issued a verdict to dissolve the Cambodia National Rescue Party based on a complaint and evidence provided by the Ministry of Interior.
Cambodia has been the victim of geopolitics since the collapse of the Khmer Empire since the 15th century.
Like the tens of thousands who huddle there for safety, he ekes out a life for his children and grandchildren on a muddy and infertile slope.
Donald Trump forges a “great relationship” with President Rodrigo Duterte, who only a year ago had cursed “son of a bitch” Barack Obama.
Europe needs Asia, and Asia needs Europe. Not only as trading partners, but as friends and allies in a world where the geo-political realities are changing fast.
The summit will focus on a wide range of international issues, including the Korean Peninsula, the South China Sea, terrorism and extremism and the forced displacement of ethnic Rohingya.
For South Korea, Asean has undoubtedly been a special and valued friend. Last year alone, some six million South Koreans visited Asean member states, both as tourists and for business.
US President Donald Trump started his three-day visit to China at the invitation of President Xi Jinping. The international community is closely watching the two presidents’ meeting.