Rampant sporadic civil wars and conflicts had all but brought education in Cambodia to a standstill, most notably so during the Pol Pot regime.
On September 12, I had the pleasure to discuss with my ASEAN counterparts how we can strengthen cooperation between the EU and ASEAN.
Thailand, together with 189 countries, has signed and ratified the Paris climate agreement.
When Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi stressed at a digital governance forum in Beijing on Tuesday that all efforts to protect data security must be based on facts and rules, rather than politics and double standard, it is well-known to which party his words were addressed.
The 2020 series of Foreign Ministers’ Meetings on East Asia Cooperation stared on Wednesday and will continue until Saturday.
Efforts to promote the use of food technology to produce foodstuffs artificially have been launched with the aim of ensuring a stable food supply and preventing global warming.
Next month will mark the 50th anniversary of diplomatic relations between China and Canada.
As consumers and industries continue to make changes in response to Covid -19, their adjustments trigger shifts throughout the market.
When Shinzo ABE, the longest-serving Japanese Prime Minister decided to step down, not only did he leave the world in surprise but he also gave an opportunity to reflect on his legacy to his country and the world.
Competition over electric vehicles, or EVs, is intensifying. As the global market is expanding rapidly, both the public and private sectors should accelerate their efforts.