Facebook0TwitterReddit0Linkedinemail Cambodian labour unions are struggling and many workers are being laid off amid the pandemic. By Zachary Frye Despite Cambodia’s success…
Facebook0TwitterReddit0Linkedinemail The Japanese government is encouraging firms to relocate manufacturing from China to Southeast Asia. As Tokyo reacts to Beijing’s handling of the coronavirus and…
China’s strategic assertion in the South China Sea is causing concern for Southeast Asia. But economic engagements with China have so far made ASEAN respond with caution.
Given Thailand’s dire economic outlook wrought by COVID-19, fewer opportunities could lead to an increase in precarious and underpaid work.
Southeast Asia’s gaming market presents a new way to boost the region’s economic growth in the post-COVID-19 era.
A new study suggests fishers in Indonesia report relatively high levels of happiness and well-being, despite facing poverty, risks and instability. As COVID-19 hits workers around the world, the findings show how governments might look to data on happiness to help build new economic and labor policies.
Indonesia’s plan to turn millions of acres of peat bogs into farmland is underway—without the consent of indigenous communities. The scheme also poses major public health risks in light of COVID-19, as it will likely worsen the country’s annual wildfire and air pollution crisis.
With political campaigns entirely online but voting still taking place in person, what does Singapore’s election say about future votes in Southeast Asia?
As businesses across Thailand reopen, economic recovery may depend on support for domestic tourism and efforts to break up monopolies. Though foreign tourism is on pause, tourism brands in Thailand are still attractive to foreign investors.
The 36th ASEAN summit took place via videoconference with leaders and high-level politicians convening virtually. Here’s how the media covered the story as Vietnam played host to a very different event.