The favoured GE15 prediction is that it will be held around September this year.
It remains to be seen if relocating the nation’s capital will make it easier or harder for the next Jakarta governor to lead the 495-year-old metropolis.
Reversing the authoritarian trends and mindset that have sunk roots in the political culture cannot happen overnight.
The frightening regularity and intensity with which we're being hit by floods should worry the policymakers.
With the prime minister intent on navigating the economy out of the ongoing crisis, the challenge will be to keep one hand on the wheel while he tries to keep his government…
India is not an outlier in its descent into political sectarianism and tribalism. Indonesia is also facing its own demons.
The writer says people expect political leaders to look out for them, especially when they are in distress, and leaders should think about leading their people.
The writer says the Pakistani state has always preferred a unilateral sledgehammer approach to engaging with dissidents.
The paper says a proper investment by the government can help build local experts and nurture new technologies in a way that they can spill over into other sectors.
The writer says in order for “one country, two systems” to work, all stakeholders must have full respect for law and order, full respect for the constitutional authority of…