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Sunday, July 13, 2014
The people's ASEAN would not be a reality if the politics is not right – both the domestic political systems in which the people live and the wider regional order that underpins the peace, stability and prosperity of their lives.
Saturday, July 12, 2014
A 22 year old Florida man sets off a suicide bomb in Syria. Seven Dutch jihadis are killed in combat with Syrian army units.
My mother knocked at the bathroom door one morning, yelling, “Come out and watch the TV, doctors in Singapore say that smartphone addiction is a psychiatric disorder!”
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A wave of revelations about long-hidden child sexual abuse has left Britons wondering what is wrong with their country, but experts say they are simply facing up to a problem that exists the world over.
Korea will probably conclude free trade agreements with its major trade partners by the end of the year, with President Park Geun-hye and her Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, having finally agreed to wrap up negotiations on a bilateral trade accord by December.
You'd think tourists would be a timorous crowd, that they'd go only where they think it's safe to go. Not where it's safe, but where they think it is. That should mean a windfall for the Philippines, as Thailand-heading vacationers think twice, for example.
Friday, July 11, 2014
Activists, lawyers, journalists, bloggers, professors — China's new leaders have taken aim at civil society in what analysts call an effort to muffle dissent that is proving powerfully effective.
With elections looming, President Dilma Rousseff now faces Brazilians angry at their World Cup humiliation, but her bigger worry will be convincing voters she can jumpstart the economy.
Occasionally, I pass by the private mansion of President Park Geun-hye in Samseong-dong, southern Seoul, after attending an early morning service at the Hyundai Presbyterian Church about 300 meters away. A police car that was parked there for some time after her inauguration is no longer there and a lone patrolman stands guard to ward off any possible trespassers from entering the house now empty of its master.
Fresh spying accusations are undermining U.S. efforts to mend fences with Germany, only two weeks after both allies launched a diplomatic initiative to overcome the NSA surveillance row.
  
  
  
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