On behalf of the International AIDS Society (IAS), we, the officers and Regional Representatives of Asia and the Pacific Islands of the IAS Governing Council, express our grave concern regarding the anti-gay laws in Brunei Darussalam.
Today, we who live in the Mekong River basin face unprecedented risks and challenges. More extreme weather – floods, storms and droughts – are already changing the river basin we once knew.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s challenge in the upcoming elections – starting on April 11 – lies in winning the perception war by persuading people to believe that he alone can safeguard the country’s interests and bring India to prosperity.
Commerce, tax, labour – three institutions, three sources of frustration. How may we address this? The pursuit for a lasting institutional happiness may be a long shot and somehow we’re used to short-lived expectations.
The furious horse-trading now underway following Sunday’s election leaves the military with a stark choice – join the scramble for power, or act like a professional army and butt out of the civilian democratic process.
Andrea Illy of the Ernesto Illy Foundation, part of the million-dollar coffee giant sponsoring the event of the World Happiness Report (WHR) launch on last Wednesday at the UN in New York, assured the audience that happiness is sipping the perfect coffee recipe.
It is now 11 days since the horrific killing of 50 Muslim devotees by a supremacist Australian gunman in two Christchurch mosques kicked off a huge international storm.
The EU in October last year announced it would begin a formal procedure to withdraw its Everything But Arms (EBA) trade preferences from Cambodia in response to the Kingdom’s perceived lack of commitment to improve its current human
The mention or even the thought of nuclear weapons sends jitters down the spines of almost everyone. The reaction is universally one of horror and rejection.