Adversarial relations between the US and China can become the “new normal” in a way that serves neither side’s national interests, says McLarty Associates’ James R Keith.
A flurry of leadership changes within the Malaysian establishment might seem confusing on the surface but the new government cannot act without the right people in place, says governance expert James Chin.
The current concern for better social mixing stems from recognition that there are two housing regimes – public renting and ownership – which offer vastly unequal experiences that are largely shaped by non-geographical factors, says one observer.
A new council has been set up to advise the Singapore Government on the ethical use of AI and data but the challenges are far more wide-ranging, say two observers from Accenture.
The Trump administration’s action to block appointments to the WTO Appellate Body without proposing specific reforms is a dangerous approach, says one trade policy expert.
Greater awareness concerning who are covered under the Employment Act will be key in ensuring workers are treated fairly, says NTUC Assistant Secretary-General Patrick Tay.
We can all wish to go back to simpler days when trial and error were the primary factors that determined purchasing decisions but it’s time to grow up and be beware, says Channel NewsAsia’s Bharati Jagdish.
SIA recently announced plans to re-introduce a flight they scrapped just five years ago. One aviation industry observer discusses what’s changed.
No schedule has been set for North Korea’s denuclearisation; meanwhile the US and South Korea have offered to suspend military drills, points out one observer.
For Xiaomi, becoming the world’s largest smartphone maker can only mean chasing after Apple. But Is Xiaomi twice as good as Apple? Or is this another irrational tech euphoria?