Georgia is in turmoil. Hundreds of people were injured in protests earlier this week in Tbilisi, and the parliamentary speaker was forced to resign. A veritable political crisis might be looming.
The meeting between the US and Chinese presidents — assuming it happens — will likely draw as much attention as the discussions around the table.
With Democratic People’s Republic of Korea leader Kim Jong-un, he has “injected new dynamism for China-DPRK relations in a new era”.
According to reports, violence that erupted between Bangladeshi and Chinese workers at a China-funded power plant in southern Bangladesh had cooled off by last Wednesday.
In recent years, several UN agencies and NGOs have moved away from a narrow anti-trafficking focus to a broader focus on migration governance. It is within this context that ‘safe migration’ has become a popular approach for migration assistance provision.
A faulty diagnosis leads to the wrong remedy. The Trump administration is trying to bring back US jobs by making imports more expensive through tariffs. But protectionism cannot compensate for the effects of automation.
What if I told you, at our present rate of exploitation of our forests and depletion of our natural resources in Asia and the Pacific, that we run the risk of not seeing the forests OR the trees by the middle of this century?
Chinese President Xi Jinping embarks on a historic visit to North Korea yesterday. The first visit since 2005 by a top Chinese leader to the country has the international community watching intently.
Donald Trump’s conviction that he will be reelected should come as no surprise. He may deny reality to paint his presidency as a success, but it’s naive to think he’ll leave the White House soon, DW’s Nancy Isenson says.
Iran believes that it has been backed into a corner and that Trump has no intention of negotiating.
According to incomplete statistics, there are more than 110 million landmines deployed in more than 70 countries around the world, and every year more than 20,000 people are injured / killed by landmines.
Since its establishment in 2001, the SCO has taken strides in facilitating cooperation in various fields. The organization now has eight members, four observer states and six dialogue partners.
International summits are really two parallel events: formal proceedings in a conference room and a whirl of bilateral meetings outside. So it will be with the G20 economic leaders’ summit in Osaka, Japan on June 28–29.
Stories like Sophoan’s happen every day in Cambodia. In general, domestic workers, mostly women, are the most vulnerable among other workers in term of living and working conditions.
According to research by the Institute of Policy Studies (IPS), Singapore is the world’s most religiously diverse nation. Buddhists, Taoists, Hindus, Muslims, Christians, Sikhs, Jews, people of other faiths as well as atheists and agnostics all live in relative peace on this tiny island.
The economies of the two countries and the global economy are predicted to suffer greatly as a result. So, why did negotiations fail this time?
Undoubtedly, under the theme of “Shared Vision for a Secure and More Prosperous CICA region,” this summit was a significant diplomatic event of the year.
At first glance, it also seems somewhat illogical that Iran — even its faction of hardliners — would so willingly provide the US with a possible reason for war — a war it would most certainly lose when taking into account the country’s vastly inferior military might.
The arrest of a man in India’s Tamil Nadu state over his suspected links to the alleged mastermind of the 21 April terror attacks in Sri Lanka is a clear sign of Daesh’s* existence in India, according to Major General (Retired) Dhruv Chand Katoch, an Indian security expert.
After his resounding electoral victory, what kind of foreign policy is Prime Minister Narendra Modi likely to pursue?
Cambodia’s ultimate goal is peace and prosperity. The best way to achieve this goal is to craft a foreign policy that places sustainable economic development at its core.
Turkey is determined to buy a Russian air defense system. President Recep Tayyip Erdogan no longer respects NATO. It’s a dangerous decision — especially for the alliance.
Observers of US-China relations have become increasingly concerned about the current status and future development of this most consequential bilateral relationship. Why has the relationship deteriorated? How can the two powers step out of the dilemma?
As trade relations between the United States and China grow more rivalrous, the situation in the Indo-Pacific becomes increasingly vexed.
The port development project has invited international scrutiny over its commercial and financial viability amid fears that Cambodia could soon be in Chinese ‘debt trap’ as demonstrated by port projects in Sri Lanka and Pakistan.
This shift towards a tech-centric culture means people are at a much higher risk of cyberattacks. Here are five futuristic ways to fight cyberattacks.
To no one’s surprise, junta leader and incumbent Prime Minister General Prayut Chan-ocha won the contest for the premiership in the Thai National Assembly last Wednesday. He will head a new coalition government of 20 parties led by the Phalang Pracharat Party (PPP).
Russia greatly value such trusted and reliable partner as Cambodia to have common ground against the unhealthy trends.
Cambodia is facing complex structural challenge to deal with land disputes. As the economy grows with high influx of capital investment ready to rip benefit from speculation and structural weaknesses of the land management system, tackling the land issues is becoming even more difficult.
President Xi Jinping’s state visit to Russia predictably focused on raising the level of the bilateral relationship, judging by the contents of the joint press statements of both residents on 5 June 2019.