Just this month, we’ve seen political collapse in Haiti and military collapse in Afghanistan. South Sudan, the world’s newest nation, turned 10 years old amid looming famine, rampant corruption and continued violence.
It's Summer time and the living is easy, as the old song goes. And vacations both domestic and international should be surging despite dark pandemic clouds still shrouding parts of the world.
The government’s medium- and long-term guidelines for ensuring a stable supply of energy must not end up as a mere display of seemingly coherent numerical targets.
The world watches as the US withdraws from Afghanistan, leaving the country in the throes of civil war.
August 15 marks the 50th anniversary of US President Nixon delinking the US dollar from gold.
This article aims to discuss what multilateralism should or should not be, and on the importance of multilateralism for humanity.
The 2020 Summer Games open in Tokyo on July 23, a year later than scheduled.
Even as Indonesia confronts the significant near-term challenges of the Covid-19 pandemic, Jakarta and other municipalities should also leverage the opportunity for reassessment and reinvention as part of longer-time moves toward greater resilience.
As US inflation continues to accelerate, with consumer prices increasing five per cent year-on-year in May, it is not only the US Federal Reserve that needs to remain vigilant.
In the race to become the leader in artificial intelligence (AI), China and the US are way ahead of the rest of the world. What does that mean for the other countries? Will these two global technology giants soak up the AI economic dividend all for themselves?