Last week, the world woke up to find that the British actually voted 51.9 percent in favor of an exit from the European Union (EU).
The shock waves triggered by Britain's decision to quit Europe continue to reverberate around the world, including here in Asia.
Brexit proves that the phenomenon of disengagement and nationalism is gathering steam.
Incoming Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte has set high expectations complete with time frames for himself. Will he be able to deliver on those promises?
Imagine there's no countries, it isn't hard to do. Nothing to kill or die for ... Imagine all the people, living life in peace." -- John Lennon
He may provoke strong disdain among important voting blocs, but Donald Trump is now in a two-horse race. With the potential of more Hillary email scandals to come, not to mention Trump's track record of proving pundits wrong, he has a chance of winning.
A sexual harassment case at Yale University draws comparisons with another similar issue in a Karachi educational institution.
Both receivers and providers of bribes may benefit from an under the table transaction, but it is society that suffers.
Secret killing was once a problem of the rich and famous, but the game has turned on its head in Bangladesh.
You eat social networking sites for breakfast. With the advent of smartphones, you carry the internet in your pocket, literally.