While 2018 was a mixed year for cryptocurrencies, blockchain technology shows no signs of slowing down.
China is unresponsive to US criticism over its South China Sea Conduct. Its hardening attitudes and Trump’s economic policy make further conflict likely.
Hun Sen claims to be an advocate for multiparty democracy. His actions suggest the opposite is true. He is a dictator pretending to be a democrat.
Malaysia will need UMNO in the new, Mahathir era. It needs a strong opposition to drive it forward. But first, UMNO must transition from incumbent to opposition.
Singapore leads the way among ASEAN nations in Fintech development. Brunei was much later to start but could become a significant player in the region.
The Philippines outlined its red lines. If China crosses them, it is adamant it will go to war. What will this mean for the world’s most dangerous conflict?
Outdated teaching techniques and government inaction leave Indonesia’s youth vulnerable to radicalisation. NGOs are doing all they can but cannot protect the nation’s youth on their own.
Vietnam’s new cybersecurity laws are less an exercise in security and more in control. The laws are a direct attack on online freedom of expression.
The mobile classifieds app’s journey into digital wallet may turn out to be an expensive lesson. It may end up like the struggling Sea group and its Airpay.
TPG Telecom will begin operations by end of 2018. However, it may not have breathing space in Singapore’s saturated telecommunication industry.