Asia-Pacific, South Korea, Business, Life
Asia-Pacific, Afghanistan, Opinion, Politics
When you research the fastest growing economies in the world right now, South Korea naturally comes up at the top of the list. South Korea’s economy is not only dominating the cosmetic world with some of the best products regarding quality and price, but also the culinary world, technology, and even media.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Life, Politics
Gulbuddin Hekmatyar’s reemergence in the capital of Afghanistan from a hibernation period of almost two decades has raised many questions for the ethnopolitical future of the country.
Asia-Pacific, Pakistan, Politics, Editor's Choice
It was June 27th 2017, the Eid Day in Pakistan, when ex-US security contractor Raymond Davis launched his book under the title, “The Contractor” written with the help of a professional writer Storms Reback.
Asia-Pacific, Thailand, Life
The wait is over, the Joint Investigation Report (JIT) has been released and as it was predicted, it has drawn a curtain over the Sharif family’s 3-decades long politics.
Asia-Pacific, Turkey, Politics, Science & Tech
What seems to be a huge trend for tourists in Thailand is visiting elephant camps, where one can witness elephants performing all sorts of tricks and marvel at how intelligent these animals are.
Americas, USA, Asia-Pacific, North Korea, Human Rights, Opinion, Politics
The dictator of the Turkish (former) Republic, Recep Tayyip Erdogan has decided that Turkish students no longer need to learn about evolution. Perhaps he will just have it taught at universities as a totally flawed hypothesis at odds with theological doctrine.
Yemen, Asia-Pacific, Human Rights
After hearing about Otto Wambier’s arrest, trial and subsequent mysterious treatment at the hands of the North Korean government, it is fair to say that most people are sympathetic to what happened to him , but he did choose to go to the most despotic nation on earth. He did this in full knowledge that North Korea does not provide the right to a fair trial and lacks human rights because in visiting North Korea, you do not need to do anything wrong by western standards.
Asia-Pacific, Philippines, Business, Politics, World
The civil war that broke in 2015 and lasted for 18 months in Yemen, killing about 10,000 people, has now actually driven the country to a state of famine, where there is a severe crisis of food.
If there is any time in our recent history when terrorism is at bloom, it could be today — or maybe this is due to the international awareness brought by the world wide web that allows us to see global panic.