Vital people-to-people exchanges can forge ahead and maintain calm and control amid the complications of the strategic competition between the great powers
Concerns are rising that an internet that fragments into separate open and closed spheres divided by geography and politics is inevitable
Calls to ban the social media platform have turned the political landscape, particularly in the US, into something of a theatrical spectacle
European Union draft legislation on artificial intelligence is a major step forward towards promoting global standards
Singapore’s model prioritizes balancing the goal of attracting foreign investment with public policy concerns from the spread of online misinformation
Islamic films have found a devoted market in Indonesia. This trend will be sustained if movies in this genre achieve commercial success.
James Meese of RMIT University discusses the impact of Australia’s News Media Bargaining Code
This could be a spark that inspires reporters to focus on getting the facts right amid the deluge of false and misleading information spread by social media.
Proponents of transparency and confidence-building measures led by the US need to meet halfway with China and Russia.
Hollywood’s relationship with China — a marriage of convenience headed for divorce over irreconcilable differences.
Against the backdrop of the rise of anti-Asian racism, the accolades suggest that Asians in Hollywood are a formidable cultural force to be reckoned with.
These efforts must be pragmatic, holistic and sustainable.
Even before the coronavirus pandemic forced their postponement, the 2020 Tokyo Games were haunted by memories of past Japanese Olympiads.
With more than 1 billion active users, Instagram has become one of the fastest growing social media brands. But as the platform grows more popular, so too its links with poor mental health become more apparent. The Asia-Pacific region, a social media growth hotspot, is already seeing increasing levels of anxiety and depression – but it is also taking measures to deal with the problem.
Authorities must find a balance between regulation and fostering an open, healthy environment for the internet-enabled economy to thrive.
Before the world learned of Cambridge Analytica and Russian trolls, there was Rodrigo Duterte’s presidential campaign in the Philippines. Regarded as “patient zero” in our current era of disinformation, the Duterte campaign and the culture that made it possible provide valuable insight into the psychology of disinformation workers.