The Indonesian government has started its redevelopment plans to improve its economic distribution. How would this impact its neighbours? Would Indonesia’s growth in power and vision to be the “big brother” of ASEAN be accepted by others?
Jakarta is overpopulated, polluted and sinking. The Indonesian government is planning to relocate the administrative centre to the less densely populated island of Kalimantan, but what should we know about the new capital?
Feb 24: Conservatives gain ground in Iran, IMF calls for major Argentine debt restructuring, and Thailand reveals new policy on Southern Thailand insurgency
North America and Canada Morgan Stanley announced last Thursday (Feb 20) that it would buy
Feb 3: Trump announces Middle East Peace Plan, Republicans block Bolton revelations, India fights over Gandhi’s legacy
North America and Canada Last Tuesday (Jan 28), US President Donald Trump announced a peace
Jan 6: US assassinates Iranian general, Australia defends handling of bushfire crisis, and US announces partial ban on flavoured e-cigarettes
North America and Canada The US has announced a countrywide ban on some e-cigarette flavours
As part of our All in a Day’s Work series, we talk to Singapore Institute of Management (SIM) alumni Cheryl Wijaya to find out more about her internship at the Embassy of The Republic of Indonesia in Singapore.
Dec 31: Uttar Pradesh threatens property confiscation for protest damages, Netanyahu secures leadership of Likud, Sudan signs peace deal with rebel faction
North America and Canada The House Oversight and Reform Committee demanded documents from the Department
As the disaster of the Third Indochina War unfolded, the seemingly united front of ASEAN appeared to be nothing more than a facade.
As we commemorate the 52nd #ASEANDAY, let’s take a deeper look at the narrative of unity that the regional organisation had attempted to portray during the Third Indochina War.