A new dangerous kind of nationalism amalgamating underlying global challenges is on the rise: vaccine nationalism.
A rethinking of development strategy and planning beyond the traditional economic- and city-centric world is essential, especially in the Global South.
APEC should lay out a strategic framework that sets a positive direction for reform and growth for the region and gives businesses the confidence to plan for the future.
Apart from collaboration in health and medicine, ASEAN has been inconsistent – even confrontational – in matters where cooperation would be the best course of action.
Border closures and movement restrictions have cleared campuses, while both educational institutions and students have had to shift to digital, remote learning.
A stable relationship with China may serve the UK well, as its educational institutions could capitalize on a shift of Chinese students away from Australia.
Covid-19 has thrown UK higher education into crisis, with travel restrictions and public-health concerns causing overseas students to reconsider their study plans.
A more calibrated containment strategy can and should be developed using insights gleaned from big data.
The push-and-pull between China and the US is applying more and more pressure on ASEAN neutrality. Can ASEAN maintain its centrality?
Is Cambodia's dependency on China profitable and sustainable?
China’s model of governance is both powered and restricted by its apparent immunity to the attractions of democracy, and is a source of anxiety to friend and foe alike.
Health authorities must adopt a targeted approach so that different populations or population segments are treated differently based on their relative risk assessment.
As Covid-19 grips the world, the Filipino workforce looks increasingly vulnerable, despite strong growth in recent years.
Vietnam will have to improve in a number of areas – including sustainability and infrastructure – to maintain any kind of post-pandemic economic momentum.
Countries around the word must rethink the online learning model, argues Shai Reshef, Founder and President of University of the People.