Friday, January 17, 2020
Henry Olsen is a Washington Post columnist and a senior fellow at the Ethics and Public Policy Center.
Trade war with China is far from over
Jan 16. 2020
David Von Drehle writes a twice-weekly column for The Post. He was previously an editor-at-large for Time Magazine, and is the author of four books, including
Harry and Meghan show us what happens when you have 'an heir and a spare'
Jan 12. 2020
Will there be clarity of Vision 2020?
Jan 06. 2020
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China persecutes a genuine 'people's leader' on utterly baseless charges
Dec 31. 2019
Paula-Irene Villa Braslavsky is professor of sociology & gender studies at the University of Munich (LMU), Germany.
Can remembering past atrocities prevent future ones?
Dec 30. 2019
Peering into 2020
Dec 19. 2019
Jennifer Rubin writes reported opinion for The Washington Post.
Trump is impeached and joins the 'losers' of presidential history
Dec 19. 2019
China appears to add a sickening new dimension to its treatment of Uighurs
Dec 17. 2019
Van Nguyen is a Sustainable Development Officer with UN-Escap.
Accelerating SDG progress in Asia-Pacific
Dec 12. 2019
Renaud Meyer, UNDP Resident Representative
More efforts needed to tackle Thailand's stark inequality
Dec 10. 2019
Connectivity plans in Indo-Pacific need institutional support for governance, standards and sustaina
Dec 06. 2019
Wichit Chaitrong,
The Nation Thailand
Asian Editors Circle: US starts to push hard on its Indo-Pacific vision
Dec 01. 2019
Armida Salsiah Alisjahbana
Catalysing change for gender equality
Nov 26. 2019
Dr Jean-Louis Lamboray, co-founder of Constellation, a non-profit organisation focusing on community development, learned about the community-based approach to fight HIV and Aids in the villages of Phayao, a small rural province in northern Thailand.
More power to the people: how Thailand fought HIV/Aids
Nov 16. 2019
HK must hold the line, uphold democracy in elections
Nov 11. 2019
Playing it forward in Hong Kong
Nov 08. 2019
Lieselot Nguyen is a Unesco intern and PhD candidate at Rothamsted Research and the University of Exeter, where she focuses on food security.
Shifting mindsets a sea-change in plastic pollution problem
Nov 08. 2019
Mami Mizutori
Special Representative of the Secretary-General for Disaster Risk Reduction
Special to The Nation
Get business on board to cut disaster risk
Nov 06. 2019
Why do migrating Nepalis behave high and mighty?
Nov 04. 2019
Seeking happiness the Bhutanese way
Oct 27. 2019
 Veerathai Santiprabhob, Governor of the Bank of Thailand.
Priorities for emerging nations in a new global environment
Oct 22. 2019
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The world has changed; the G-20 needs to change with it
Oct 18. 2019
People’s participation and foreign policy
Oct 13. 2019
In this file photo, Indonesian caregivers Ema Yuliana, 26 ® and Citra Valentine, 25, chat with residents of Sawayakaen,a nursing care home in Hodogaya, Yokohama, on March 28, 2012. Yuliana and Valentine , who have worked under the Economic Partnership Agreement, passed the national care worker exam conducted by the Health, Labor and Welfare Ministry. (The Yomiuri Shimbun via AP Images)
Can we become foreign workers' country of choice? 
Oct 07. 2019
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