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Globalisation is not dead yet
GLOBALISATION is facing hard times. The evidence is in newspapers every day. Search the phrase "end of globalisation" and you get 35.7 million references; some mentions of the phrase go...
Scoot grapples with long-haul challenge
DO NOT expect Scoot to move from red to black in the next one to two years, aviation experts say.
Counter-terrorism efforts must focus on roles of women
SEIZING the opportunity to gain new audiences and enhance support, terrorists and extremist groups have developed a nuanced and targeted approach to...
Separating fact from fiction in South China Sea conundrum
THE South China Sea conundrum has risen to the pinnacle of regional security priorities. It has generated a veritable fountain of government...
China and India's mutual stakes
Chinese President Xi Jinping's visit to India should help to move relations between Asia's two rising powers beyond the frozen matrices of a departed past.

Op-Ed

CERTAIN rules and traditions are observed each time the top leaders of India and China get together...
 
ONE spring day in April, 1958, a tanned 35-year-old Singaporean wandered the narrow, steep alleys...
 
In the next few years, tiny ears and eyes in the sky, built and manned by Singapore engineers,...
 

Blogs

BANGKOK - It was no lazy Sunday afternoon for me when I visited a friend’s organic rice farm in...
 
Kah, a 17-year-old Burmese, was detained by Thai authorities for one month in Chiang Mai after he...
 
WHEN I was growing up in a suburb south of Manila, there was one year when a specific hour of a...
 

People

IN 1981, a fiery preacher issued a radical fatwa, or religious edict, that cemented the split in Malaysia's Malay-Muslim community.