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Photos of a toddler's lifeless body washed up on a Turkish beach have struck a nerve in Europe, where governments are grappling with the continent's biggest humanitarian crisis since the end of World War II.
2015/9/5
The cancellation of the National Security Adviser talks between Pakistan and India some days ago could lead to a further worsening of relations between the two nuclear-armed states; border skirmishes have already occurred since then.
2015/9/5
What to make of the latest setback in Indo-Pakistan talks?
2015/9/3
The man who kick-started Malaysia's ambitious agenda to become fully developed by 2020 is now at loggerheads with the man overseeing the home stretch of that long-term ideal. Amid mass protests on a scale not seen in Kuala Lumpur in years, Mahathir Mohamad, the former but still-influential prime minister, has called for the resignation of Najib Razak from the highest political office over a massive corruption scandal.
2015/9/3
The man who kick-started Malaysia's ambitious agenda to become fully developed by 2020 is now at loggerheads with the man overseeing the home stretch of that long-term ideal. Amid mass protests on a scale not seen in Kuala Lumpur in years, Mahathir Mohamad, the former but still-influential prime minister, has called for the resignation of Najib Razak from the highest political office over a massive corruption scandal.
2015/9/3
South President Park Geun-hye's decision to attend mainland China's military parade this week, commemorating the victory over Japan in World War II, is both puzzling and more than a little unsettling.
2015/9/2
Alarming comparisons have been drawn between the recent market turmoil and the meltdown suffered by regional bourses during the Asian financial crisis 18 years ago.
2015/9/1
With his abrasive debating manner, derogatory attitude to women, dim understanding of international politics and much-ridiculed pompadour hairstyle, tycoon Donald Trump has no chance of being elected as president of the United States of America. Still, he is leading the slate of Republican candidates for the U.S. presidential elections.
2015/9/1
We are in one big global mess. On Aug. 11, an unexpected 1.9 percent devaluation of the yuan fueled fears about the outlook of the Chinese economy, setting off falls in commodity prices and emerging market (EM) currencies and equities over an extended period.
2015/8/31
There is hope for Indonesia's environment, at least according to the president's special envoy on climate change, Rachmat Witoelar, who revealed this week the government's bid to set a higher national emissions reduction target ahead of the U.N. climate change conference in Paris at the end of the year.
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