– The deadly COVID-19 coronavirus outbreak is causing chaos across Asia’s sporting calendar.
Xi Jinping’s idea of building an Asian community with a shared future is not only in line with the development trend of the world and the trend of the times, but also the inherent needs of Asian countries, reflecting China’s wisdom and China’s programme.
Asia is the most dynamic and promising region in the world today, but it is also facing enormous risks and challenges due to internal diversity, complexity and external forces.
In 1820, Asia accounted for two-thirds of the global population and more than one-half of the world GDP. The subsequent decline of Asia was attributable to its integration with the world economy shaped by colonialism and driven by imperialism.
Quite a few Asian leaders and strategists believe that the world was Europeanised in the 19th century, Americanised in the 20th century and is now being Asianised.
US Secretary of Defense Mark Esper said Saturday that he was in favor of deploying ground-based intermediate-range missiles in Asia. If that is the case, it will certainly trigger an intense arms race in the region.
Factory activity contracted in most Asian countries under the pressure of the trade war.
Global energy-related carbon emissions rise to a record high last year.
This over-400-page book explains why Asia is a lot bigger than anyone of us thinks. To many people, the first thing that comes to their mind when they think of Asia is China.
A wave of slumping real estate prices has swept across Asia. But apparently, Cambodia didn’t get the memo.
Senior Minister accuses some powerful countries of using human rights as a tool.
Asia’s trade dependence on the United States has in fact increased, not decreased, according to the IMF. A slow-down in the US economy will have significant implications for the region and Adam Triggs advises that Asia best build its domestic buffers now before the next storm hits.
Will the US make Asia feel secure? It is an indisputable fact that the presence of the US has been the cornerstone of balance of power, stability and security of Asia and the Pacific for over half a century.
October is set to be a “very Asia-oriented month” in Brussels according to the European Union High Representative for Foreign Affairs and Security Policy and Vice President of the European Commission, Federica Mogherini as she revealed the EU Strategy for Connecting Europe and Asia.
It is hard to follow international news without becoming aware of the dangerous geopolitical tensions in Asia.
India in South Asia and Cambodia in the Southeast are, in many ways, connected to each other, with common faith playing a big role. Buddhism, which was born and flourished in India thousands of years ago.
Keller Williams has awarded a franchise to a team of local professionals.
Israel has about 100,000 foreign workers with valid work visas.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo was set to announce a series of investment initiatives in Asia, focusing on digital economy.
The Asian region and the global economy have relied on American leadership but now it is necessary for Asia to step up.
Rapid population aging poses a serious threat to Asia’s long-term economic prospects.
The Dara Sakor Seashore Resort seems a long way off the new Chinese Silk Road.
If left unchecked, a decline in Australia’s influence will continue quite rapidly over the coming decade, writes Nick Bisley.
Education systems, with the right policies and practices in place, can lead to both better skilled and more equitable societies in the East Asia and Pacific region, writes Victoria Kwakwa.
The influence of Korean culture around the world, in Asia especially, is massive. People sing and dance to Korean Pop songs, albeit not understanding what the lyrics mean.
The Tonle Sap Lake is not only one of the biggest bodies of inland water in Asia, it’s also home to more than 10,000 people who live on its waters.
PT Singam looks at the growth of Western Australia, Australia’s western gateway to Asia that has evolved from a backwater to an economic powerhouse.
Panic gripped trading floors across the world, with Asia and Europe plunging after record-breaking losses on Wall Street.
PM Hun Sen warns Rainsy not to come to Asia, and called his Cambodia National Rescue Movement a terrorist organisation.
A cosmic event not seen in 36 years – a rare “super blood blue moon” – may be glimpsed on Wednesday.