The West will have to rethink its Sri Lanka strategy, while the Rajapaksas will have to choose the straight and narrow path with China and other countries.
My mother Biji imposed strict rules in our home after my father contracted TB in the 1950s. People like her can convince those nonchalant about face masks or social distancing to cooperate.
Observers are questioning if militant groups are receiving external backing in their bid to launch attacks aimed at disrupting the US$62 billion megaproject.
The Southeast Asian nation’s Malay Muslim and Chinese Confucian communities are at odds, but have much common ground to work with.
These detector dogs are trained using sweat samples from people infected with Covid-19.
China’s stalling efforts to internationalise the renminbi means it needs HSBC to provide international access. So, are those HK$35 shares a bargain? Not so fast
Post-Brexit Britain needs to move away from its China-centric policy and step up trade engagements in the region, which offers potential for win-win economic gains.
‘There is a growing suspicion that Washington is laying a trap.’
Could Britons one day gossip about China’s governors, share videos on Youku and monitor trends in Chongqing – while also speaking up on Hong Kong?
As nations from Japan to Canada have shown, there are no losers from having more young voters – and there is only stability for Putrajaya to gain.
A sharp increase in US-China rivalry has shifted the focus of geopolitical competition to Asia, but which areas will the two powers devise as their proxy battlefields?