India announced Wednesday the successful test of an anti-satellite missile. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi said in a televised address that “our scientists have hit a live satellite 300 kilometers away in low-Earth orbit”, and said the country has become the fourth country to acquire such an ability after the US, Russia and China, and “registered its name as a space power”.
A few days ago, former parliamentarians of the late CNRP launched a call for national reconciliation, mentioning in particular the very short episode of the culture of dialogue. We can only rejoice at this state of mind that seems to mimic the CPP’s opponents.
Chinese President Xi Jinping and French President Emmanuel Macron signed a series of business and bilateral agreements, including the purchase of 300 Airbus planes.
As the world’s largest energy importer, China sees the Gulf monarchies as important trade partners. In turn, Gulf monarchies are keen to engage China as they embark upon massive infrastructure and construction projects, writes Jonathan Fulton.
Cambodia has a vision to become an upper-middle-income country by 2030 and a high-income economy by 2050. Nonetheless, this vision has met many distractions both domestically and internationally.
Whether they are the result of incompetence on the part of the Election Commission (EC) or of systematic efforts to rig the general election on Sunday, the many flaws and irregularities detected at polling stations and during vote counting have to be fully explained to the public.
British voters now know far more about Brexit and its possible consequences than they did at the time of the 2016 referendum.
Last year was marred by a series of economic shocks. In 2018, the World Trade Organization faced an unprecedented crisis, and the global trade order suffered clashes because of a tariff war launched by the US.
The lack of agreement at the second North Korea (DPRK)–US Summit in Hanoi highlights the necessity of an alternative approach; particularly one which ensures that the DPRK continues to engage the regional and international community.
Chinese President Xi Jinping’s visit to Europe has injected new impetus for expanded China-Europe cooperation.
Efforts to deconcentrate centralised power structures, in the form of government-linked corporations (GLCs), and break up state monopolies are central to reinvigorating the Malaysian economy.
Neither white supremacy, nor racially motivated terrorist attacks carried out in its name, are new phenomena. Yet the response to far-right terrorism remains thoroughly insufficient.
The Wall Street Journal reported Tuesday that “negotiators for the US and China have scheduled a new round of high-level trade talks in Beijing and Washington.
In recent weeks, Khmer Times has published several opinion and editorial pieces on Cambodia’s present-day international relations challenges. Those authors were passionate in crying foul over the possible withdrawal of Cambodia’s Everything But Arms preferential treatment.
To make changes in North Korea more robust, broad-based and predictable, the United States and South Korea should proactively engage the countries that can provide North Korea with inspiring and relevant experiences such as Singapore, China and Vietnam.
Long overshadowed by Islamist radicalism, questions are now asked about what drives the far-right ideology and, specifically, what is the role of the Internet as a driver and enabler of violent far-right extremism and terror.
New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said on Sunday that she would be looking for answers from social media including Facebook, YouTube and Twitter about how a terror attacker’s killings were livestreamed on their platforms.
The establishment of the Asean Economic Community (AEC) in December 2015 was a notable milestone in the economic integration of Southeast Asia.
Daycare has been neglected in Cambodia since the 1990s, although it was a priority during the socialist regime in 1980s.
The mass shootings at two mosques in New Zealand sent shock waves around the world and widespread condemnation of white supremacy was heard in Western society. New Zealand Prime Minister Jacinda Ardern said Saturday that “our gun laws will change”.
As new roles emerge and skills requirements change, the size of the existing pool of skilled workers is not going to be big enough to meet demand. So, what options do business leaders have? Miguel Milana tries to answer this question.
There is a high likelihood that South Korea will be Cambodia’s third strategic partner, after China and Japan.
The current and future role of Asean has recently been discussed among academic scholars, political analysts and Asean leaders.
An outrageous terrorist attack happened in New Zealand’s Christchurch Friday. A gunman, who was believed to have accomplices, broke into two separate mosques and shot randomly at people inside.
The EU does not lack any opportunity to give the world and in particular to its former colonies moral lessons. In the name of the “values and principles” – which it pretends to defend and promote – it assumes the right to bring to the states of the planet assorted assessments and judgments, according to the cases, and impose punitive sanctions selectively.
The temporary ban on Boeing 737 Max 8 aircraft is spreading across the globe. According to US media, roughly two-thirds of these jets in the world have been pulled from use by airlines, although the US and a few allies have not yet made any official move.
President Moon Jae-in’s current state visit to Cambodia is a crucial milestone in South Korea–Cambodia ties and also augurs well for Asean.
The ‘Rules-Based Order’ is increasingly being appealed to against the changing regional structures of the Asia-Pacific. However, understanding what each proponent understands is vital writes Joel Ng.
According to numerous commentators, the country happiest with the “no deal” outcome for the Kim-Trump summit in Hanoi last week was Japan.