The Australian government on Thursday banned Chinese telecommunications firm Huawei from supplying equipment for a 5G mobile network.
It is not accurate to just explain Cambodia’s foreign policy based on the perspective of major powers.
Peter Dutton has challenged Malcolm Turnbull for the job of Australian prime minister. So where exactly would a Prime Minister Peter Dutton lead Australia if he can seize the chance?
Monday witnessed the climax of Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad’s visit to China. Chinese President Xi Jinping met him in Beijing.
The dam collapse and floods in southern Laos in late July shows that disaster response in Southeast Asia comprises different types of cooperation.
With the prime minister already approved by His Majesty the King, what remains to be done is the formality of convening the 6th mandate of the National Assembly.
The crisis between the United States and Turkey, a NATO ally and traditional bulwark of American policy in the Middle East, is serious.
China will be happy to have partners as it faces the United States in the emerging global trade war.
Srun Srorn, a social media influencer and a peace activist, says it is high time that the spirit of the 1991 Paris Peace Accords be revived.
In the face of unresolved humanitarian disasters and continuing international outrage, Asean needs to consider seriously how it can help Myanmar on the Rohingya issue.
Kofi Annan, the former United Nations Secretary-General and Nobel Peace Prize laureate, has died at the age of 80.
Since Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte took office in 2016, Sino-Philippine relations have seen a turnaround and marked improvement.
In July, Lao PDR experienced significant increases in water levels due to heavy rains from the southwest monsoon.
When evaluating US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s Asean-centric diplomatic engagements this month, can it be inferred that the Trump administration has upgraded and advanced Southeast Asia to its primary diplomatic agenda?
The recent 51st Asean Foreign Ministers’ Meeting (AMM) in Singapore saw progress on the South China Sea issue.
Vietnam has 206 investment projects in Cambodia, with a total registered investment of $3.02 billion.
So the sitting leaders of the two Koreas will meet again in September in Pyongyang.
Turkey’s currency continues to tumble amid escalating US pressure on Ankara. On Sunday, Finance Minister Berat Albayrak assured Turks that the government was preparing a plan of action to respond to the crisis.
Questions relating to international hydro-politics and the geopolitics of the Mekong River are becoming more imminent as riparian countries compete to get access to water resources, writes Chheang Vannarith.
By 2030, most of the world’s poor will live in regions suffering from some form of ‘fragility’ forcing millions to flee their homes.