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OPINION

Climate fight needs a better way forward

Oped, Published on 23/07/2024

» Starting in the 1990s, climate change has become a fixation for politicians and elites in rich countries. It emerged as the world had just seen the end of the Cold War. In the capitals of Europe in particular, it felt like most of the planet’s big problems were fixed, so climate change was the final frontier.

OPINION

Rebooting the Asean Regional Forum

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 23/07/2024

» When Asean foreign ministers met in Singapore in 1994, they all concurred that dialogue and consultations on political and security issues among major powers and Asean members would be essential in preserving peace and stability in the Asean region. A year later, the Asean Regional Forum (ARF) held its inaugural meeting, which took place in Bangkok and had 18 members, including the Asean 10.

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TECH

Fix delivered for tech outage that caused chaos worldwide

Published on 19/07/2024

» The cybersecurity firm CrowdStrike has deployed a fix for a software problem that triggered one of the biggest tech outages the world has ever seen, affecting industries ranging from airlines to banking and healthcare worldwide, the company’s CEO said on Friday.

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WORLD

Bangladesh TV news off air, communications disrupted as student protests spike

Reuters, Published on 19/07/2024

» DHAKA - Television news channels in Bangladesh were off the air and telecommunications were widely disrupted on Friday amid violent student protests against quotas for government jobs in which nearly two dozen people have been killed this week.

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SPORTS

Thai stars eye elusive Games medal

Sports, Published on 18/07/2024

» For a country that boasts current and former world champions, an Olympic medal remains elusive for Thai badminton players.

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GENERAL

Industrial confidence hits two-year low

Business, Ranjana Wangvipula, Published on 18/07/2024

» The Thai Industries Sentiment Index (TISI) fell to 87.2 points in June, hitting the lowest level in 24 months as the nation struggles to restore the economy amid a risk of higher operating costs for reeling small and medium-sized enterprises, says the Federation of Thai Industries (FTI).

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LIFE

New releases for your streaming pleasure: July 17-23

Guru, Nianne-Lynn Hendricks, Published on 17/07/2024

» Looking for a title to binge-watch this weekend? Here's our pick!

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GENERAL

Bankers chase more M&A in Malaysia as deal volume nearly doubles

Published on 16/07/2024

» In a tough year for dealmaking in the Asia-Pacific, Malaysia is proving to be a bright spot.

OPINION

Trump: Neither unique nor irreplaceable

Oped, Gwynne Dyer, Published on 16/07/2024

» Almost everybody who feels obliged to comment about the attempted assassination of Donald Trump is currently insisting that "violence has no place in American politics", but of course it has. Four US presidents have been assassinated while in office, and three others (now including Mr Trump) have been injured in assassination attempts.

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OPINION

Myanmar crisis hits 'fatigue' level

Oped, Kavi Chongkittavorn, Published on 16/07/2024

» Nearly three and a half years since the military coup in February 2021, the crisis in Myanmar shows no signs of resolution. The internecine war between the military junta, known as the State Administration Council (SAC), and the various ethnic armed organisations (EAOs) continues unabated, with no endgame in sight.