A distinguished diplomat exposes how Western interventions in developing states are causing political chaos, unravelling of societies, and the worsening of terrorism and insecurity in the world.
THERE was a big contrast when two leaders made their maiden speeches at the United Nations last week.
The decision to issue a government-use licence to make a generic drug available is a breakthrough in the fight to cure 500,000 Hepatitis C patients in Malaysia.
The US triggers a trade weapon on China and a meeting to decide if the TPP has a future will be held this week.
The world is on the edge of trade conflicts as President Donald Trump decides on actions to take against countries he calls ‘trade cheaters’. Malaysia may be affected.
It’s not acceptable that 500,000 M’sians are infected with the disease but cannot afford treatment, when a total cure is available.
THE Asian financial crisis started 20 years ago, and the global financial crisis and recession nine years back. Is the time ripe for a new crisis?
IT’S been 20 years since the Asian financial crisis struck in July 1997. Since then, there has been an even bigger global financial crisis, starting in 2008. Will there be another crisis?
A horrific fire razes an apartment block in London just as the country barely recovered from its shock election results, while politicians seem unprepared for the all-important Brexit talks this week.
With President Trump pulling out from the Paris agreement, the US has lost membership of the community of nations that subscribe to humanity’s fight for survival against climate change.
It was a week of contrasts. While Trump faced serious political setbacks in Washington last week, Xi launched his major Belt and Road initiative in Beijing.
The world waits for the United States to decide if it will leave or remain in the Paris Agreement. Either way, global cooperation on climate change is likely to be adversely affected.