The National Assembly yesterday approved a draft law adopting the policies of the Asian Forest Cooperation Organisation, meaning that the Kingdom could soon become the organisation’s newest member country.
Continued development of ASEAN economic integration is set to increase connectivity across the region. In the process facilitating greater legal and, unfortunately, illegal mobility.
China has set up 10-billion-yuan concessional loans, a 5-billion-U.S.-dollar special loan on production capacity cooperation and a 5-billion-U.S.-dollar preferential export buyers’ credits to support infrastructure
The various national power development plants (PDPs) do not yet adequately reflect the renewable future yet.
Sunny Southeast Asia has double the solar energy potential of Northern Europe, but the market hype is not living up to the reality on the ground.
Laos and Cambodia are often seen as little more than political twins who have chosen to reap economic benefits from China in exchange for their loyalty to the Middle Kingdom.
“There is one overriding principle that drives the business -– it’s of huge value with low risk. And that’s why we are losing the battle, rapidly,” says USAID Wildlife Asia’s law enforcement specialist.
Members of the WHO’s Southeast Asia Regional Office signed a non-binding agreement to respond to the health risks from climate change.
South Korea and five Mekong River countries agree to strengthen diplomatic and economic cooperation during annual high-level meeting.
ASEAN Parliamentarians expressed concern over the worsening human rights situation in Cambodia, as the Cambodia cracks down on media outlets and civil society organizations