Mahathir said in 2004 that Australia could not join an East Asian diplomatic group because ‘they are Europeans, they cannot be Asians’; now, soon after Australian FM Penny Wong visited Malaysia, where she was born, he said all nations will be multiracial.
While the Kremlin has remained largely silent about the moves by Asian states to impose sanctions on Russia, analysts say the region is not ruling out the possibility of a reprisal.
A Court of Appeal ruling confirming that affected parties cannot bring English private law actions against sewerage companies in relation to unauthorised discharges will allow the industry to focus on “improving the quality of our rivers and seas”, according to one legal expert.
‘My presence here represents a new start for our countries’ relationship,’ Prime Minister Anthony Albanese said during a meeting with the French leader in Paris.
The leader’s ‘peace mission’ to Russia and Ukraine shows Indonesia’s foreign policy, analysts say. But they also wonder if Jakarta is ‘naive’ in being ‘toyed’ with by the Kremlin.
Singapore’s central bank will issue three more digital payment token (DPT) service licences, which will enable companies to offer crypto services.
The Russian president is hosting his Indonesian counterpart as Moscow seeks to pivot to Asia and Africa in wake of Western sanctions over his invasion
The UK government’s plan to enable text and data mining (TDM) of works protected by copyright and database right is a “very significant” change for artificial intelligence (AI) development, according to one legal expert.
The son and namesake of late dictator Ferdinand Marcos was sworn in as president of the Philippines on Thursday, completing a stunning comeback for one of Asia’s most famous political dynasties, 36 years after it was ousted in a popular uprising.
For the first time, the Western military alliance singles out China by name in its strategy document, which had not been updated for 12 years.