We join our voices as women colleagues who have worked in governments and in multilateral organisations in support of promoting humanitarian relief, advocating for human rights principles and normative policies, advancing sustainabl
The “fidayeen” attack on an Indian Central Reserve Police Force convoy by a boy from Kashmir, Adil Ahmad Dar, in Pulwama district on February 14 killing 40 shocked the nation.
Almost two-thirds of Cambodia’s population of 16 million people is under the age of 30, making the country one of the youngest in Southeast Asia.
A message for the Cambodian people from a disillusioned American
A group of foreign tourists’ memories of Vietnam are almost certainly scarred after they were ripped off on the fourth day of the Lunar New Year.
Myanmar’s decision to establish a committee on reforming the military-drafted constitution is a small but welcome step in the right direction.
A fence-sitter can be seen as someone who stays neutral until they decide which side to take, with their choice not based on their own perception or value system but that of the majority.
Two major divorces are in the making in March. The obvious one is Brexit, which officially occurs on March 29.
The Asia News Network notes with concern and alarm the arrest of Maria Ressa, executive editor and CEO of leading Philippine news site Rappler, for pursuing the truth in a case with significant ramifications for society.
As an independent researcher on public health, I have compiled a report on youth attitudes to love and sex on Valentine’s Day, and how they have changed over the past 10 years.