Beautiful sunshine with a dash of rainbow – can be said about both Malaysian celebrity Hannah Tan and Hawaii, America’s island of dreams.
The latest round of tariffs imposed by the Trump administration on US$200 billion worth of Chinese goods was met with a similar tariff on US$60 billion worth of American exports to China.
Over the weekend, talks on denuclearisation between United States (US) Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo and Pyongyang seemed to have elicited differing reactions from both sides.
There’s a dog that hasn’t barked in the current round of trade tensions between the United States (US) and China. Despite the first direct tariffs coming into force Friday, the Chinese consumer has been on her best behaviour.
United States (US) Secretary of State, Mike Pompeo is back in Pyongyang for his third visit to the hermit kingdom, for further discussions on denuclearisation on the back of the historic summit between the leaders of both states in Singapore last month.
In the face of growing economic protectionism, undergirded by a trade tiff between the United States (US) and China, Southeast Asian economies are bracing for the impact from a possible economic fallout.
President Donald Trump is betting Beijing will blink first in the showdown over tariffs. Such an outcome is far from assured - and it could also take a while.
China’s in-kind response to United States (US) President Donald Trump’s announcement of tariffs on US$50 billion of imports from the Asian nation left the global economy on the verge of a trade war.
The concept of centrality has seen a resurgence in use during the past few days, featuring prominently in the speeches and comments made during the recently concluded Shangri-La Dialogue (SLD).
United States (US) Defense Secretary James Mattis described India as the “fulcrum’’ of security in the Indo-Pacific region as he traveled this week to an annual security conference in Singapore, attended for the first time by an Indian leader.
The on-again, off-again summit between United States (US) President Donald Trump and North Korean leader Kim Jong Un now appears increasingly likely to take place but it’s not yet clear what kind of agreement, if any, the two leaders will be able to rea