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.
With limited access to data on online content and behavior that could point to remedies, only so much can be done to improve the safety and wellbeing of internet users.
The promotion of a misogynist agenda is worsening divisions and spurring global campaigns to counter the advancement of women, and the marginalization of other groups.
Financial technology applications need to go beyond payments systems to provide a wide array of services, from lending to insurance, to new and existing banking customers
Historian Dmitry Shlapentokh of Indiana University South Bend outlines the reasons why the US might be falling behind in the high-tech race.
The Russian president will go down in history as the figure of this era who has done the most harm and caused so much tragedy.
Nationhood, citizenship and identity are more and more intertwined and complex in the globalized world.
What can Hong Kong do to manage through the crisis, reopen and cope with possible future waves of the coronavirus?
Transparentem's investigations into human rights abuses in economies in Asia, and recommendations for how to reform the social auditing industry.
Indonesia and its leader Joko Widodo could play an important role in brokering a deal with Naypyidaw.