AsiaDev.org
   EAST ASIA  |  SOUTH EAST ASIA  |  SOUTH ASIA  |  CENTRAL ASIA  |  PACIFIC  |  EDITORIAL  |  ChinaDev
     
A S I A -- R S S
People's Daily
China Post
China Dialogue
Shanghai Daily
Phayul
Mongolia Web
News On Japan
Taiwan News
Taiwan Headlines
Vietnam Biz Finance
Inquirer
New Straits Times
Channel NewsAsia
The Star
Jakarta Post
Antara
East Asia Forum
New Nation
Business Standard
The Hindu
Business Line
Rediff
merinews
2point6billion
India-Briefing
Daily Mirror
Eurasianet
Radio Free Europe
Pacific Magazine
Islands Business
Pacific News Center
Fiji Times
Fiji Live
Asia Times
Asianews.it
The Economist
Business Times
Business Week
New York Times
BBC
CNN
IHT
ADB (publications)
ADB (news)
World Bank (E.Asia)
World Bank (S.Asia)
USAID
BIS (all updates)
BIS (papers)
OECD
UNICEF
WFP
WEF
WHO
WWF
NZAID
ReliefWeb
IRIN
Job opportunities
E D I T O R I A L
  DAILY REPORTS
Fiji’s ‘coup babies’ just starting to log on to democracy (Mar 27)
Author: Jope Tarai, USP The ‘coup babies’ are the generation that were born around the years before and shortly after Fiji’s first coup of 1987. The majority of this generation voted for the first time in Fiji’s 2014 elections, after living through two coups in 1987, one in 2000 and a fourth in 2006. This […]


China needs to get the integration ball moving (Mar 26)
Author: Jan Fidrmuc, Brunel University Despite China’s history of experimenting with new policies and the economic liberalisation since the late 1980s, China is still only a partially integrated economy. This has caused regional divergence and inequality. Now, as the Chinese economy begins to slow down, prospects of further regional divergence are troubling and have a […]


How Lee Kuan Yew shaped Singapore’s identity (Mar 26)
Author: Terence Chong, ISEAS The passing of Lee Kuan Yew, the most important personality in Singapore’s postcolonial history, will have little to no ramifications on the city-state. Lee had gradually receded from national politics over the last decade and had an obsessive focus on leadership transition. Lee, more than anyone else, endeavoured to ensure that […]


South Asia’s Water Crisis: A Problem of Scarcity Amid Abundance (Mar 26)
By Mandakini Devasher SurieThe latest United Nations World Water Development Report, released just ahead of World Water Day on March 22, warns that, by 2030, only 60 percent of the world's demand for water will be met by existing resources at the current rate of use. That will leave 40 percent of the population without access to the water it needs. Signs of this impending crisis are already there for all of us to see.


Lee Kuan Yew’s Role in Singapore-U.S. Relations (Mar 26)
By Ong Keng YongMr. Lee Kuan Yew, who died on March 23, 2015, aged 91, has been the most instrumental factor in the development of Singapore's relations with the United States. In fact, bilateral ties were initially very much centered on the friendship between Mr. Lee and successive American leaders who deeply respected his strong conviction...


Time to sow the seeds of land reform in Cambodia (Mar 25)
Author: Alice Beban France, Cornell University While the majority of Cambodians live off the land, access is precarious. Recently the Cambodian government has been making some encouraging reforms, but troubling signs remain. Rapid, unregulated development with unclear property rights has left an estimated 770,000 people affected by land disputes. Smallholder property claims are pitted against […]


China ramps up charges against Zhou (Mar 20)
China's Supreme People's Court has accused former security czar Zhou Yongkang of involvement in unofficial political activities with jailed former Chongqing party boss Bo Xilai, in an apparent reference to unconfirmed rumors that they tried to stage a coup in March 2012. (Mar 20, '15)


'100 dead' in Myanmar fighting (Mar 20)
Intense fighting between Myanmar government troops and rebel forces in the northern Shan State region of Kokang in recent days has left more than 100 people dead, the majority of them on the government side, according to local sources. (Mar 20, '15)


Tunisian president vows no mercy (Mar 20)
Shortly after attackers killed at least 19 people, including 17 foreign tourists, in an attack on a museum in Tunisia's capital, newly elected President Beji Caid Essebsi told the nation that the country was "in a war with terrorism" and that those responsible for the attack would be "fought without mercy". (Mar 19, '15)


SPENGLER Israel's 'referendum' on 'two-state solution' (Mar 20)
Why did so many Israeli voters switch their allegiance to Prime Minister Benjamin Netanyahu just before this week's election? The answer is simple and obvious: most of those small-party voters oppose a Palestinian state, and a day before the election Netanyahu ruled out a Palestinian state on his watch. (Mar 19, '15)


Our stylish shooting gloves, half helmets and mens trench coat accomplish your all desired related best wearing for all at 100% guarantee because we establish a well quality in that. Our german helmet, have plenty to choose stuff such as ladies jackets.
   CONTACT US |  RSS |  ChinaDev |  NewsOnVietnam |  NewsOnJapan Copyright © 2008, AsiaDev.org