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BEIJING'S response to the arrest of Huawei's chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou in Canada last week was largely predictable. China's leaders saw the event as a political kidnapping...

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THE Ministry of Health's recent publication of fee benchmarks for common surgical procedures in the private sector has been a long time coming...

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IF all goes according to plan, Thailand will hold its first general election in nearly eight years when its people finally go to the polls on Feb 24 next year.

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THE notion that the struggle between the elites and the people has become the focus of politics in the world's liberal democracies is considered now the conventional wisdom among media pundits...

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WHEN it comes to measures to improve interest in the local stock market, most observers would agree that what is needed are quality instruments and listings that expand the depth and breadth of the...

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THE pushing, pulling and fraying of wills and self-interest that went into the G-20 communique on climate change shows how difficult it is to sustain international cooperation on addressing global...

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FUTURE historians will wonder why British politicians caused a great nation to self-harm over its European Union membership.

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AS if out of nothing, race relations suddenly snapped in Malaysia. A riot ensued last week over the relocation of a Hindu temple in Selangor. And now that the temple issue is being slowly settled,...

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While pollsters and political scientists continue to debate the reasons for the unexpected outcome of the 2016 US presidential election, almost all of them seem to agree on one point: Donald Trump...

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UP UNTIL end-October this year, the multi-billion dollar money-laundering scandal involving 1Malaysia Development Berhad (1MDB) that has spanned over five years and is the subject of probes in...