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Online media are reshaping civilisation

Behold the ‘pro-sumers’, both producing and consuming news and entertainment – whose influence is steadily spreading

Russia shouldn’t distort historical facts on isles

The foreign ministerial talks between Japan and Russia were held in Moscow. It has marked the first meeting since Prime Minister Shinzo Abe named Foreign Minister Taro Kono and Russian President Vladimir Putin named his Foreign Minister Sergey Lavrov to be in charge of peace treaty negotiations.

Philippines must push for clarity in US defence treaty

Is it still relevant to our security? Maybe not,” Philippines Defence Secretary Delfin Lorenzana said at a press conference last month, revealing his plans to review the 1951 Philippine-US Mutual Defence Treaty (MDT).

HK predicament will make Taiwan wary of China

It is a measure of the renewed tension over the status of Taiwan that President Tsai Ing-wen, has sought “international support” in response to the blunt message of President Xi Jinping – either to unite with China or “face the force” of Beijing to prevent Taiwan from seeking formal independence.

Flippant Duterte nearly justifies sexual offences

It comes with the territory: That was how President Rodrigo Duterte described the heinous crime of rape against overseas Filipino workers (OFW) in a speech last week. It’s a given for those “working as slaves [overseas],” he said. “Rape comes with the territory.”

Trump’s blunder on North Korea becoming clearer

There was doubt from the start that the Singapore summit achieved anything, and Kim indeed still has his nuclear capabilities

Fighting fine dust is a tough task

The past weekend saw another wave of fine dust blanket South Korea. Over the past 10 years, the frequency of waves of fine dust has increased steadily, causing people to worry about their negative effects on public health.

Japan and Britain must build strategic relations

During a visit to London, Prime Minister Shinzo Abe held talks with British Prime Minister Theresa May in which they agreed the two nations would closely cooperate in working to maintain the free trade system.

Lackadaisical approach in tackling pollution unacceptable 

More intensive measures and greater seriousness required to deal with a problem that has become a threat to public health

Is higher pay the way to fix Indonesia’s corruption problem?

Indonesia’s National Police chief General Tito Karnavian announced recently that police officers’ allowances would be increased by up to 70 per cent and that raised the question of whether a higher pay may help fix Indonesia’s graft problem.

You’d better watch out, you’d better not cry…

Even before Thaksin Shinawatra entered politics, his family was involved in dubious, if not totally illegal, business documentation. In fact, it was something in his pre-Thai Rak Thai past – the massive transfers of shares from his inner circles to people who were not supposed to have them – that kick-started Thailand’s ongoing and detrimental national divide. 

A Chinese ‘re-education’ plan but at what price?

The uighur problem is not just one of  religious extremism

South seems not to count at election time

The border provinces are afire again, and yet the attention of politicians and voters lies elsewhere

Preservation of Tibetan culture linked to its modern development

Should the Tibetan autonomous region open up to the outside world?

Tomb raiders puzzle over mystery of Algeria’s ancient pyramids 

Dating back centuries, Algeria’s pyramid tombs are unique relics of an ancient era but a dearth of research has left the Jeddars shrouded in mystery.

Hotel hygiene scandal exposes outdated laws

A cleaner wipes the toilet and the washstand with a towel. Then she picks up a coffee cup and wipes it with the same towel.

SE Asia’s giant undergoes surgery to unclog traffic-congested arteries 

President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo has spoken. “We cannot continue like this,” the former Jakarta governor told a meeting on Greater Jakarta traffic earlier this week.

Controls on drones must be flexible, up to date

Thailand now has in place measures to guard against accident and injury, but the technology is improving and spreading fast

China overcoming traditional taboo on writing wills

The traditional view in China that death should not be openly discussed has meant wills and formal discussions about inheritance have been something of a taboo topic.

Thaksin, Prawit allies in undermining transparency

The politicians’ verbal exchanges only serve to expose their shared hypocrisy, while the public interest remains ignored