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Can Nato manage its ambitions in Southeast Asia, where memories of colonialism linger?

Nato looks to venture into Indo-Pacific and deepen European involvement in Asia’s security but it remains widely distrusted in the non-Western...

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South China Morning Post

Shaun Narine

Indonesia election: a rift appears between Jokowi and Megawati in the battle of the kingmakers

Megawati and Jokowi are from the same party, but it is apparent that they have differing views on their preferred candidate for Indonesia’s next...

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Burhanuddin Muhtadi

Asia must embrace technology to overcome food supply shocks brought on by climate change

Gene-editing, minimising pesticides and planting drought-resistant crops could help the 450 million small farmers that produce more than 80 per...

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South China Morning Post

Biman Mukherji

Everest challenges mount 70 years after Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay reached top

Edmund Hillary and Tenzing Norgay were the first to scale Earth’s highest point, on May 29, 1953. As mountaineering has become more commercial,...

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The Conversation

Vietnam must ride semiconductor wave to cement its place in global value chain

To capitalise on gains in chip exports, Vietnam must adjust its policies to elevate itself in the supply chain and reduce reliance on foreign...

27.05.2023 20

South China Morning Post

Nguyen Khac Giang