Although Covid-19 has been hard on everyone, it has not been an “equal opportunity” disease.
Electric vehicles (EVs) have increasingly dominated headlines and you can now frequently spot such vehicles – cars, taxis, buses and even waste collection trucks – on Singapore roads.
I’m not following. Competition for liberty? It is universally acknowledged that infringements from the ruling class are unwanted anywhere.
Under well-established law, the Biden administration’s vaccination mandates are clearly legal.
These past two years saw the Covid-19 pandemic affect Cambodia’s businesses and households’ income and led to losses in the banking sector.
When it came to global health in 2021, the science delivered but solidarity did not. After another tumultuous year, what will 2022 and beyond be like for global health preparedness?
Americans are tired of war. We just got out of a 20-year fiasco in Afghanistan with little to show for it except the Taliban reinstated, burqa sales up and the country plunged into turmoil.
The Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), the world’s largest free trade agreement (FTA) to date, officially entered into force on January 1, opening a new chapter of regional integration and common prosperity in the Asia-Pacific.
China's birth rate in 2020 is likely to be 8.52 per 1,000, below 10 for the first time, while the natural population growth rate during the same period is expected to be 1.45 per 1,000, according to China Statistical Yearbook 2021 released by the National Bureau of Statistics.
While laws and non-legal measures are deployed across Southeast Asia to calm communal tensions, what is needed are effective antidiscrimination laws and policies that protect minorities.