Flying to Washington DC and London this week, news came of the tragic Ethiopian Boeing 737 Max 8 jet crash almost immediately after take-off, eerily similar to what happened just five months ago to the Lion Air Max 8 jet that also crashed after takeoff from Jakarta last year.
The latest crackdown on outlawed militant outfits and their charity wings may appear to be conducted with more seriousness of purpose than before, yet there are questions about the undefined policy of mainstreaming elements that are willing to give up militancy.
The precision strike launched by the Indian Air Force on Pakistan based terrorist camps is an indicator of perfection, professionalism and training.
Two American women representatives, Senator Elizabeth Warren and Congresswoman Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez, are determined to make taxation one of the central issues in the US 2020 election campaign.
The Thai governing authorities are walking a tightrope amid fast-breaking advances in 5G technology.
How often has it been said that the Philippines is among the most progressive countries in the world when it comes to women?
Daycare has been neglected in Cambodia since the 1990s, although it was a priority during the socialist regime in the 1980s.
Few subjects generate as much debate as criminal justice, with people holding many views from liberal to hardline, but one thing even the most ideologically opposed people can agree on is that babies and toddlers should not grow up
Next week, I will be making state visits to Brunei, Malaysia and Cambodia. I am very pleased that Asean member states will be the destination of my first overseas tour this year.
Last month, the EU finally announced it had formally set in motion the 18-month process of withdrawing Cambodia’s eligibility from its preferential Everything But Arms (EBA) agreement – a scheme which provides Cambodia tariff-free a