The past year is one that few of us will forget.
The US House of Representatives has passed a new economic bailout plan worth $1.9 trillion to financially support the families and enterprises affected by the novel coronavirus pandemic.
Blue economy is a transboundary issue that should be addressed collectively at regional and sub-regional levels to better manage ocean resources and ensure benefits for all in the region.
The year 2022 is just around the corner and Cambodia will soon undertake the role of ASEAN chairmanship for the third time. This would be a moment of pride and also pressure.
In the immediate aftermath of Iran signalling its intent to bar nuclear inspections under the auspices of the UN, the International Atomic Energy Agency (IAEA) has let it be known that it will retain what it calls the “necessary degree of monitoring and verification work”.
It will be difficult to achieve the government’s goal of reducing greenhouse gas emissions to net zero by 2050 unless every possible measure is taken.
As vaccines begin to roll out, there is increasing awareness that vaccines are not the silver bullets to kill the pandemic. First, there are lots of people who do not like vaccinations.
Indonesian Vice-President Ma’ruf Amin has, on various occasions, asserted that Indonesia has great potential for developing a sharia economy.
Solidarity in the global endeavor against the Covid-19 pandemic has so far proved to be meaningless as far as the fair distribution of vaccines is concerned.
Due to the declining population, it is inevitable that many local governments in Japan will become short of staff. It is necessary to maintain public services through such measures as simplifying administrative procedures and using artificial intelligence.