Troop pullback announcement and praise for Delhi’s stand on IPEF are positive notes in a relationship marked by deep suspicion.
Anies, who won the gubernatorial election over incumbent Basuki “Ahok” Tjahaja Purnima, believes his track record over the last five years as Jakarta governor will attract…
Except for pressure from Umno to call for snap polls, PM Ismail Sabri can afford to delay the decision to dissolve Parliament.
Recent sell-off in the markets promises better long-term returns, says JP Morgan’s chair of global research Joyce Chang.
It is a battle in which Ahmad Zahid wields the power of the Umno presidency and the Prime Minister has the power of incumbency.
The writer says Jokowi will likely remain popular and powerful even after ending his presidential tenure.
The writer says the government needs to invest more time in helping create policies and frameworks that promote elimination of plastic waste.
Suddenly, China is now seen as a declining power. The shift reflects a long tradition in the West of jumping to extremes in discussing Asia.
The entrenched positions of the two sides are not likely to change, even with the passage of time.
Taiwan’s space to manoeuvre diplomatically has shrunk rather than expanded, while the rest of Asia, including Japan and India, must now pick up the pieces.