Outbreak of COVID-19 is a wake-up call that only multilateral cooperation can effectively address global pandemic.
Since the 1990s, free trade and multilateralism have been the cornerstone of globalisation. But the world market never treated all players equally.
Amid the risks and uncertainties stemming from anti-globalisation sentiment, rising protectionism, unilateralism, and populism, Asean stands out to be the beacon of open and inclusive regionalism and the advocate of multilateralism.
The Osaka G20 summit may yet be remembered in history as the moment the global rules based order was lost.
China says it would seek backing for free trade and multilateralism at the G20 summit.
Globalisation is under siege. Multilateralism is under threat due to rising protectionism and unilateralism, mainly in the US. It is a world in flux- full of uncertainty, unpredictability and turbulence.
On Monday, Cambodia celebrated its 20th anniversary of membership in Asean. To mark this milestone, Khmer Times talks to Chheang Vanarith of the Asian Vision Institute.
China and the European Union (EU) reached significant consensus on bilateral ties.
American foreign policymakers are turning the tide against the notion of multilateralism, pushing instead for a unilateral world where “Make America Great Again” (MAGA) will be more meaningful.
The 21st Asean+3 Summit calls for collective efforts to tackle common challenges.
Asia-Pacific leaders will join the heads of Southeast Asian states this week in Singapore.
As was recalled a few weeks ago at the UN General Assembly, a strident call was made by Prime Minister Hun Sen to preserve international relations within the framework of international institutions and international agreements that is summarised under the term multilateralism.
Yesterday was the 95th anniversary of the proclamation of the Republic of Turkey and Ayda Unlu reminds that the country has been a leading actor in humanitarian diplomacy through its official development and humanitarian aid.
October 3, 1990, the German reunification, following the fall of the Berlin Wall, marked the end of the painful division in Germany. 28 years on, the country continues to foster unity among its people and openness to international cooperation and multilateralism.
The foreign policy of small states is constrained by the size and location of the country and its natural resources and population.
Asian leaders at the World Economic Forum (WEF) in Hanoi.