Once living standards in China reach a certain level, citizens will almost certainly demand far more personal freedom and political accountability.
North Korea has emerged as the early favourite to grab one of the Winter Olympics’ most important medals: the diplomatic gold.
We were warned. The venture capitalist and Netscape founder Marc Andreessen wrote a widely read essay in 2011 entitled “Why Software Is Eating the World”. But we didn’t take Mr Andreessen seriously; we thought it was only a metaphor.
The US foreign policy is simple: you obey to Washington, you are a good guy; you try to remain independent, you are a bad guy.
The exchange of rhetoric over the membership of Cambodia at the United Nations (UN) emerged recently between the ruling party and the defunct opposition party.
Strategic competition between major powers, particularly between China and the US, is poised to heighten from this year onward. The geo-strategic balance of power is shifting.
Since 1993, Cambodia has gone through many trials and tribulations, in security, in politics, in border clashes, armed insurrections, illegal armed forces and the like.
This year marks the 65th anniversary of diplomatic relations between Cambodia and Japan. Both countries plan to organise a series of events to commemorate their time-honoured friendship and partnership.
Singapore is facing challenges and pressures in navigating fluid regional uncertainties with increased power competition between the US and China.
In the last 20 years, rapid economic growth in the Greater Mekong Subregion (GMS) has reduced poverty and brought prosperity to many of its 420 million people.
China exports more to the US than the US exports to China, and that makes Donald Trump furious – so furious, in fact, that he may be willing to start a trade war over it.
PM wraps up his state visit to India, with new hope and commitment to strengthen the bilateral partnership between the two countries and their people.
Prime Minister Hun Sen’s official state visit to India this week gives credible optimism for a bolstered trade relationship between the two countries.
Within a few decades, the internet has transformed the global economy and rendered the old Westphalian order increasingly obsolete.
How can a small state like Cambodia navigate through the increasingly complex and uncertain geopolitical landscape in the Asia Pacific region?
A free press is the key test of whether a nation has true freedom of speech. Across the region, every country is failing the test.
The US business community warn China that US President Donald Trump is serious about tough action over Beijing’s trade practices.
Sam Rainsy announced the establishment of the CNRM last week with the objective of succeeding.
Myanmar’s government and entirely out-of-touch military have soiled themselves again, over the Rohingya issue, of course.
More than 2,500 leaders from government, business, civil society, international organisations, academia, media and the arts will gather in Davos.
And doubts linger about the prospects for smaller entities.
The big US error after 9/11 was to treat Pakistan as if it were an ally with which it is possible to assume a large degree of policy overlap.
Given a lack of definitive and objective psychiatric tests, questions about Donald Trump’s mental health may never go away.
The summit is another milestone in deepening political trust, fostering practical cooperation and promoting inclusive regional integration.
Cambodia and China are commemorating their 60th anniversary this year with the official visit of Premier Li Keqiang this week.
Building bridges of friendship and cooperation in the Lancang-Mekong region and between China and Cambodia
Rivers have nurtured human life and civilisations through the ages.
A new book on Donald Trump’s White House has brought matters to a head between the US president and his former chief strategist, Stephen Bannon.
Trump has used his first year in office to reverse America’s traditional role as a guarantor of security and democratic values around the world.
Iranian authorities are concerned that nationwide unrest will undermine the clerical establishment and want to stamp out the protests quickly.
At the behest of the US, the UN regular budget for 2018-2019 has been reduced by $285 million per year.