Asean is at crossroads in the wake of a trade war started by US President Donald Trump, with the risk of a boomerang effect on Southeast Asia.
A new Thai party that aims to shake up politics hit back at the ruling junta.
US Secretary of State Mike Pompeo will travel to Southeast Asia to discuss bilateral ties.
For years, the Laotian government has been pushing to make the country a major provider of hydroelectric power. Critics say that dams are being built in disregard of potential environmental dangersز
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.
Chinese Yisheng Biopharma chooses Cambodia as the first country to expand business.
The Overseas Private Investment Corporation is looking to support American infrastructure investment in Southeast Asia.
By popular demand, the Asian Civilisations Museum (ACM) in Singapore will extend its special exhibition Angkor: Exploring Cambodia’s Sacred City.
Jinping pledges a package of $20 billion in loans to countries in the Middle East
Buoyed by a strong economy and massive infusion of cash from abroad, the Cambodian real estate industry has, in the last half-decade, enjoyed some of its best years.
Southeast Asia is experiencing rapid urbanisation, and with it comes more and more people who are absorbed into the unregulated, informal sectors of the economy.
Cambodia has already started to reap success on the podium.
China has shared its strategy on how it won the fight against poverty with Asean.
Tennis players from Southeast Asian nations converged in the Phnom Penh for the International Tennis Federation’s Asian 12 & Under Team Championships 2018.
A project involving several Asean member countries is launched in Indonesia.
Athletes in Siem Reap to contest the 15th Southeast Asian Bodybuilding Championships.
In a bid to counter reliance on China, Thailand raises a new Southeast Asian fund.
The Asia America Gateway undersea cable suffers a breakdown.
It’s been 120 years since Spain moved out of the Philippines and gave the Southeast Asian country its well-deserved sovereignty.
Tomorrow, June 12, the Philippines – one of Cambodia’s economic and tourism partners – will be celebrating the 120th anniversary of the declaration of its independence from Spanish colonisation.
Road improvement projects to connect rural areas with urban centers of commerce should be prioritised, argues Rama Ariadi, because it would help ensure that Cambodia can reap the benefits of the various regional initiatives to improve logistical connections from Southeast Asia and beyond.
Malaysia’s rulers agree to the government’s choice of a non-Muslim attorney-general.
On her lunch break, Bangkok office worker Chinapa Payakha emerges from a 7-Eleven store with two plastic bags.
Southeast Asian countries’ historically high defence budgets are the sum of various national considerations:
Nissan will introduce its newest model, the Nissan terra, in Thailand and Cambodia, as well as other markets in Southeast Asia.
Malaysia makes its largest ever seizure of meth, finding nearly 1.2 tonnes of the drug.
A Malaysian court sentences to death an Australian mother over drug trafficking.
David Shambaugh writes that Washington should substantially raise Southeast Asia as a strategic priority in its Asian and global foreign policy and argues that it is too important a region, for the United States, to cede to China.
More than 70 percent of the region’s 600 million-plus people do not use banks.
The Funding Partners announces it will move its regional headquarters to Phnom Penh.