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Category: Southeast Asia

An ‘Ancient’ Amputation

A group of archaeologists recently claimed that a human being underwent surgical amputation of a limb in Indonesia 31,000 years ago, as they discovered the skeleton signifying that. They mentioned […]

Seeking Berth In UNSC

Ahead of 77th session of the UN General Assembly (UNGA 77) that began on September 13, 2022, Abdulla Shahid, the Foreign Minister of the Maldives, said that his country wanted […]

On A ‘Vision Of Invasion’

After Europe, perhaps it is Asia’s turn to experience a war, with China planning to invade Taiwan. The Washington Post has triggered such a fear, as the US daily has […]

Strategic Decisions

India, ignoring Western pressure, continues to import crude oil at a cheap rate from Russia, even after Russian invasion of Ukraine. Naturally, the Narendra Modi Administration in New Delhi has […]

He Dreamt To Break Free

If stated in a dramatic manner, panic had gripped the 400-year-old Spanish colonial rulers of the Philippines because of an author, named José Protasio Rizal Mercado y Alonso Realonda (June […]

Promising Higher Skies

It seems that Hanoi has decided to come out of the shadow of the Vietnam War (1955-75), as far as its relation with Washington DC is concerned. In a rare […]

A(d)dressing Code

When asked his name by the Health Officials, the 12-year-old Indonesian boy from the Province of Sumatra replied: “ABCDEF GHIJK Zuzu!” As expected, the reply surprised the officials at a […]

The Lives & Lies In Social Media…

Maria Angelita Ressa – the Filipino-American journalist and author, Co-founder and CEO of independent online newspaper Rappler, and the first Filipino Nobel Prize Laureate – believes that Social Media, especially […]

With An Overflowing Foreign Policy Inbox

It is being seen that now, the Taliban are armed with modern American weapons, which have been left behind by the US Forces in Afghanistan. Naturally, those weapons have increased […]