In the afterglow of the latest Kim-Moon summit, negotiations between the US and North Korea appear to be back on track. However, Pyongyang won’t accept anything less than a formal end to the war.
The US-led coalition air strikes in Syria has killed thousands of civilian, says SyriaHR.
Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe said he had constructive talks on trade with US President Donald Trump in New York.
Coronado Global Resources kicked off what is set to be Australia’s biggest coal mining.
The death toll from storm Florence has risen to at least 37 in the US East Coast.
US President Donald Trump has pledged to work with the Cambodian government to enhance cooperation and relations between the two countries and expand global health cooperation, according to a Cambodian official.
Trump says the US is weighing the idea of establishing a permanent base in Poland.
Tencent has halved the amount it is seeking to raise in a US listing to about $2 billion.
The power shifts are real and Asean needs to adjust to survive and stay relevant.
It is pivotal for Asean to strengthen its collaborative resilience and deepen its unity and economic integration in the wake of escalating trade tensions between the US and China.
Former opposition leader Kem Sokha was released on bail yesterday, but will enjoy limited freedom after the court restricted his movement to a four-block radius around his Phnom Penh home.
Number of international brands are shifting production away from China, with Cambodia a strong contender to become their next base for the manufacturing of garments and footwear products.
Japan is now in the process of expanding its security presence in the Bay of Bengal, in some ways as an extension of existing security cooperation programmes in the South China Sea.
Trump orders $25 million earmarked for Palestinians hospitals be directed elsewhere.
The much-anticipated cabinet reshuffle to kick off the sixth mandate of the Royal Government turned from a rumble on the Mekong to mere poof that it is business-as-usual – consolidating the success of conservatives in their positions.
A US investigation into an allegation of rape againstRichard Liu hammers its shares.
Pompeo and his Pakistani counterpart call for the political solution to the Afghan issue.
The UN Security Council will hold a meeting tomorrow on the situation in Syria’s Idlib.
For Japan, the coming months look like a tricky time for managing its alliance with the US. In Washington, Tokyo seems to be flying under the radar for now.
US military says it has made a final decision to cancel US$300 million in aid to Pakistan.