5:45 pm July 26, 2014 | 92 Comments
The fact is, there can only be one winner. And it just so happens, it’s not him.
8:05 pm July 20, 2014 | No Comment
Philippine President Benigno S. Aquino III is on the warpath again.
8:25 pm July 13, 2014 | No Comment
Eduard Shevardnadze, who once served as foreign minister of the now defunct Soviet Union, died recently at age 86
1:46 pm July 12, 2014 | 2 Comments
This is a historic time indeed for Indonesia. For a start, it’s not everyday we have three presidents around. One, the incumbent, who is fast fading into irrelevance. The other, his successor according to the quick counts conducted by credible pollsters. And the third, who declared himself the winner through quick counts published by a few pollsters with a decidedly dubious track records.
12:37 am July 9, 2014 | No Comment
Does Indonesia need a blast from the past or a full-on embrace of the future with its unknowns?
8:23 pm July 7, 2014 | No Comment
That afternoon, all were united, with the checked shirts and the two-finger salute, in a common cause.
7:34 pm July 7, 2014 | No Comment
The Association of Southeast Asian Nations is one quiet stakeholder in the policies of the next Indonesian government.
5:45 pm July 5, 2014 | No Comment
Self-immolation as political protest is almost unheard of in developed nations. The middle-aged man, identified only by the family name Yamashiro, said igniting himself was the only way to show Prime Minister Shinzo Abe his anger at a plan that some see as violating the spirit Japan’s pacifist constitution.
9:28 pm June 29, 2014 | 1 Comment
To many moderate Muslims, the caliphate was the reign of the well-guided immediate successors of the Prophet.
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