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The writer says the media should be seen as an "ally" in the democratic and development journey.
The writer says President Yoon's neoliberalism needs to be amended to include the weak and vulnerable in his vision for the nation.
The writer says the best way to move forward is for the US to continue to build trust with ASEAN and realize its commitments to upholding peace and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific.
Material hardship was the trigger to the avalanche of opposition to the Rajapaksa administration which later took on more political dimensions.
The writer says after 24 years of experimenting, Indonesia’s democracy is still largely a work in progress.
If stock markets continue to tank, which experts suggest is highly probable, this will lead to the usual snowballing effects that take hold during bear markets.
The fate of the new law will depend on how politicians define its usefulness in protecting themselves.
The presidential transition team’s helter-skelter scramble to complete the relocation before the May 10 inauguration is comparable to a pinball ricocheting off bumpers.