The transition from analog to digital has led to changes in travel habits and expectations – Emptying your mind so as to soak up random experience now borders on heresy
Singapore’s model prioritizes balancing the goal of attracting foreign investment with public policy concerns from the spread of online misinformation
A look at Indonesia’s efforts to get a handle on its mounting waste production problem and engage the public to achieve sustainable waste management
The shifts in the perception of Jews in Russia highlight the overriding force of nationalism and its hyper-intensification in post-Soviet Russian society
The dominance and entitlement of Korea’s family-owned conglomerates, known as chaebol, have diminished in recent years and may be further on the wane
A municipality in Indonesia is aiming to eliminate the problem of stunted growth among children by 2024
The implementation of Indonesian legal sanctions and regulations on misinformation and disinformation faces challenges as the 2024 general election approaches
Moscow has asserted that protecting the Russian and Russian-speaking minorities was a key reason for invading Ukraine. Historian Dmitry Shlapentokh examines this claim.
From his research, 2022 AsiaGlobal Fellow Bakhrom Radjabov draws lessons for creating the supportive environment needed for effective social innovation
A review of the regulatory framework that the Philippines enforces to manage the recruitment and deployment of overseas Filipino workers.
The debate in Japan over nuclear power has heated up.
The outbreak has caused many difficulties for migrant workers, including insufficient healthcare rights and benefits, family insolvency, and the fear of deportation.