World Environment Day last Wednesday was a good time to reflect on the existential threat of climate change.
Singapore’s Prime Minister Lee Hsien Loong’s recent comments have touched on a raw nerve and awoken sleeping dragons.
Two weeks ago, the UN wrote on its official Facebook page extending gratitude to Cambodia for its active participation and sacrifice for peace in many peacekeeping missions around the world.
This year’s World Environment Day on Wednesday, with the theme Beat Air Pollution, brings global attention to the impacts of deteriorating air quality to the health of the environment, and of people.
Washington claims that Chinese telecoms firm Huawei poses a global security threat rings hollow – we’ve heard this one before, two presidents ago.
Cambodians love fish, and both demand and consumption of fish is on the rise.
Acutely aware of the growing ties between South Asian nations and China, India has crafted the inauguration of Narendra Modi as prime minister for a second term to recalibrate its diplomatic offensive in its neighbourhood and on the “Look East” policy.
When it comes to feeding the world, no one deserves more recognition than family farmers.
For 15 years, the Thai army has been doing the same things over and over and expecting different results. It’s time for change.
The US ranks low in the credibility stakes. It can no longer wax lyrical about free trade and fair play because the world now knows that when it finds itself facing stiff competition, it uses a ruling the magnitude of a nuclear bomb to retaliate.