As free trade reaches a crossroads in the US, developing countries have to rethink their own trade realities for their own development interests.
New studies reveal the effects of global warming may be much worse than previously thought.
The heatwave caused by El Nino is quite unbearable and provides a glimpse of the conditions that will result from climate change.
The mosquito may be tiny but it can certainly deliver a deadly bite. Can it be controlled?
The latest development ‘buzzword’ is the SDGs, adopted by political leaders at the United Nations. What are these SDGs, their significance and limitations?
The widening rich-poor gap is recognised as a major social and political problem, but what measures can be taken nationally and internationally to address this issue?
The increase in inequality of income and wealth has become a top global issue that must be tackled to avoid economic crisis and
The stock market crash in China and around the world shows how developing countries like Malaysia are increasingly vulnerable to financial shocks, including outflows of foreign funds.
The new year is likely to witness events and trends in the environmental and economic areas that had been set up in 2015.
As the climate conference in Paris enters its second and final week, can it reach an agreement when so many tough issues remain to be solved?
The world was shocked and rocked by the terror in Paris last week. How to make sense of it, and will a successful Paris conference offset the gloom?
Two new Chinese funds totalling US$5.1bil to help developing countries tackle climate change and development problems could be a game changer in South-South cooperation and international relations.
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