Published: Aug 13, 2021
The Biden administration will send thousands of troops to Afghanistan to help airlift American personnel and local allies out of Kabul, U.S. officials said Thursday, as rapid-fire advances by the Taliban intensified the existential threat facing the Afghan state.
Published: Jul 29, 2021
NEW DELHI - US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said ties between India and the United States would be critical for bringing prosperity to the Indo-Pacific region and that India was a top foreign policy priority against the backdrop of mutual unease over Chinas growing assertiveness.
Published: Jul 25, 2021
Police set out barbed wire and concrete barricades around the Presidential Palace in Central Jakarta on Saturday in an effort to tighten security after calls for an antigovernment march spread among the public.
Published: May 15, 2020
The Social Security Office (SSO) opened its Covid-19 centre on Friday (May 15), to follow up on jobless claims from members affected by Covid-19, as well as receive appeals from those denied social security benefits as a force majeure case.
Published: Feb 20, 2020
Khon Kaen Deputy Governor Phanthep Saokosol has had 100 soldiers and police officers ring the Democracy Monument downtown in case protests erupt as feared when the Constitutional Court’s verdict on the fate of the Future Forward Party is announced in Bangkok on Friday (February 21).
Published: Feb 11, 2020
The Korat mass shooting incident is a big lesson in security, while the government needs to come up with concrete measures to deal with such a situation, Chulalongkorn University security expert Surachart Bamrungsuk told Isara News Agency.