The country needs to move swiftly to save the tattered economy.
Ruth PollardTeam Leader:Economics & Government
The regime’s widely perceived corruption has lost the dynasty the love of its home town.
The country is already wracked with shortages. The social order may shatter if the economy isn’t infused with cash soon.
Each summer in India is a fresh roll of the dice on whether a freak event will occur that leads to a vast number of deaths.
A crucial World War II battle was fought in the Solomons. It’s now the locus of the latest Pacific power struggle.
The Rajapaksa family’s leadership over Sri Lanka is collapsing as an economic crisis and street protests worsen. The country cannot go on this way.
The clock is ticking on his leadership, as it seems the military has turned against him.
It was the only democracy to abstain from supporting condemnation of Russia. Now New Delhi is welcoming Lavrov.
Tens of thousands of volunteers are heading for Ukraine to do battle, repeating scenarios that have not ended well in past wars.
What seems like the obvious solution to save lives can often just cause more bloodshed.
The precedents are terrifying, and the same weaponry has moved into Russia’s current theater of war.
With growing talk of a civil war, it’s time for regional bodies such as Asean and powerful neighbors like India and China to step in.
Fear of the virus meets fear of foreigners as the treatment of the millionaire athlete reminds others of ongoing cruelty to would-be migrants.