For a sense of the stakes involved at the upcoming COP26 climate conference, look no further than Ho Chi Minh City’s fight against rising seawaters.
Modi’s Act East Policy has boosted naval capacity and morale, but fallen short on overland connectivity and trade promotion.
Ismail Sabri Yaakob, Malaysia’s fourth prime minister since 2018, must fix the COVID-hit economy and heal political divisions if he is to avoid the fate of predecessors Mahathir and Muhyiddin.
As a 420 km high-speed railway nears completion, two Chinese-built highways have been given the green light. Will these projects open up Laos, or make it a crossing point on China’s Belt and Road?
After 16 years under emergency rule and with peace talks halted amid the pandemic, eroding trust and cycles of violence at the local level are driving Southern Thailand’s decades-old separatist war.
Hanoi is using its time atop the UN institutional structure to draw attention to two colossal non-traditional security threats to international society.
The recent visit by Vice President Harris reinforced a growing US-Vietnam strategic partnership that is de facto if not de jure, at least for the time being.
The Thai government is locked in a years-long struggle to position itself as the ultimate arbiter of truth.
Vietnam is harnessing a grassroots desire for green energy to enact a slow but steady transition away from coal-based electricity generation.
New Delhi risks sacrificing long-term democratic stability in the northeast with its short-sighted appeasement of Myanmar’s Tatmadaw.