When Andy Puzder said in an opinion piece for Fox News on Saturday that it was China that had launched a trade war against the United States 18 years ago, he repeated the platitudes often made about China’s trade surplus with the US.
From its indeterminate beginnings, BRICS has emerged as a significant global bloc. And twelve years in, it is starting to realise some of its early ambitions.
European Commission President Jean-Claude Juncker and US President Donald Trump reached a compromise last Wednesday to resolve their trade conflicts.
Asean now faces far more serious challenges in maintaining a central role in securing its own maritime spaces.
US President Donald Trump announced Tuesday that the US Department of Agriculture will adopt a $12 billion emergency plan to aid farmers hurt by the trade war.
Steve Bannon, former chief strategist of US President Donald Trump, wants to shape elections in the European Union. The right-wing ideologue is dangerous.
Using the conventional poverty rate as an indicator to measure Cambodia’s economic success will soon be obsolete, argues Sim Vireak.
News about the vaccine scandal involving Changchun Changsheng is flooding the internet with public anger and panic.
The sudden unplanned changes facing North Korea necessitates enhanced people-to-people exchanges, more study visits and trade missions to enable the world at large to have a better understanding of North Korea (DPRK).
The term “currency war” is coming back in vogue and has become a new issue on the international arena. Last week US President Donald Trump publicly accused China of manipulating its currency.
The danger now is that a negative feedback loop between economies and markets will take hold.
After threatening to ignite a trade war against China for months, the Donald Trump administration imposed additional tariffs on $34 billion worth of Chinese goods on July 6.
Following the Singapore Summit, the world starts to pay attention to the positive role of Southeast Asian region as a positive platform for global diplomacy, contributing to the ongoing efforts to achieve peace and stability of the Korean peninsula.
On June 30, the Inspectorate Commission of the Communist Party of Vietnam (CPV) announced that it had expelled former chairman of the Bank for Investment and Development of Vietnam.
The White House announces that Trump invited Putin to visit Washington this fall.
Cambodia’s upcoming general election on July 29 looks set to be its most controversial since its first national election in 1993.
Paul Everitt, a Farnborough International chairman, said he was quite comfortable with the mix of military and civilian activities at the airshow.
North Korean denuclearisation, which has yet to begin, is also in Japan’s security interests.
If the Quad cannot make clear how it addresses three inherent contradictions in its revival of the ‘Indo-Pacific’, it will not achieve the support of Asean states.
Kazi Mahmood Fatagar on why Vladimir Putin emerged the winner on Monday when he met US President Donald Trump in a one-on-one in Helsinki.
China’s GDP growth reaches 6.8 percent year-on-year in the first half of this year.
Raquel R. Bacay was in Pyongyang recently and she saw first-hand how the Juche gives reverence to the people as the powerhouse of the nation, with two monuments devoted to the ideology.
An increasing number of Japanese companies are starting to convert their positive attitude toward the Belt and Road initiative into practical steps.
China’s President Xi Jinping is determined to defy the trend-line of Western history and preserve a Leninist state for the long term.
Cambodia’s foreign policy strategy has been chiefly shaped and driven by “economic pragmatism,” meaning the alignment of foreign policy with economic development interests.
The EU has recently issued a statement regarding its trade preference in the Everything but Arms (EBA) programme for Cambodia.
Khmer Times’ Raquel R. Bacay just returned from North Korea and these are her first impressions of the Demilitarized Zone (DMZ) separating the DPRK from the Republic of Korea.
The Transparency Corruption Index in 2017 ranked Cambodia number 161 out of 175 countries.
US Trade Representative Robert Lighthizer on Tuesday released a list of 10 percent tariffs on $200 billion in Chinese goods, which makes good on US President Donald Trump’s recent threats to step up a trade war with China.
After US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo’s just-concluded trip to North Korea, to carry out the agreement reached during the June 12 summit in Singapore.