The Burning Issue: Fighting Forest Fires With Technology

Digital technology can play a major part in preventing and fighting recurring forest fires and the resulting haze in Southeast Asia.

#ENVIRONMENT

Disaster and Uncertainties: Donald Trump’s Meeting with Fate

His skepticism towards the widely-accepted health protocols has led him to an act of hubris -- refusal to wear a mask.

OCTOBER 08 #INTERNATIONAL

Is Indonesia Ready for the Future of Gold? 

Digital gold can cut high premiums associated with buying, insuring, storing, and owning gold, making it accessible to the everyday consumer

OCTOBER 08 #COMMODITY

Unlocking the Potential of Indonesia’s E-Commerce Industry

With sales expected to hit a $30 billion high at the end of 2020, the country’s burgeoning e-commerce industry is only just getting started.

SEPTEMBER 28 #OPINION

How Automakers Can Survive when Pandemic Puts Cars on Ignore List

The work for the automakers now is how to market their products amid the lower demand.

SEPTEMBER 24 #MANUFACTURING

Emerging Stronger from Covid-19 with Flexible CSR Programs

Companies can play a critical role by altering and switching their existing CSR programs to better respond to their communities' needs.

SEPTEMBER 22 #OPINION

Indonesia's 'Soft Approach' against Terrorism Vetoed by US, So What's Next?

Indonesia failed to win UN Security Council support for its counterterrorism program due to veto by the US..

SEPTEMBER 18 #SECURITY

VISION

Students Brave Rain to Demand Cancellation of Job Creation Law

Students demand a face-to-face dialogue with the president.

#EYEWITNESS

Technology Is Key to Rebooting Tourism

Coordination amongst Asean governments, as well as partnerships with industry, will determine and map the pace of tourism recovery.

SEPTEMBER 02 #TRAVEL

The Spirit of Solidarity is Necessary for Today’s Europe

Thanks to “Solidarity” Poland broke free from the Soviet zone and Europe could become one and entire again.

AUGUST 31 #INTERNATIONAL

The Worrying Side of China’s Rise to Superpower

China is starting to bare its fangs as a global political power as apparent in the current South China Sea dispute.

AUGUST 24 #INTERNATIONAL

Will India’s New Education Policy be a Game Changer? 

The program aims at promoting India as a global study destination providing premium education at affordable costs.

AUGUST 21 #EDUCATION

Friend or Foe? Asean-China Ties Tested by South China Sea Disputes

Analysts and observers opined Asean has to up its game; stand up to China moves, unified.

AUGUST 19 #INTERNATIONAL

Physical Education: The Forgotten Subject in the Time of Pandemic

Physical Education becomes the one that always gives leeway for other “more- important” subjects.

AUGUST 05 #OPINION

Rise of the Citizen Data Scientist: AI Analytics in a New Normal

With the right solution in place, organizations and governments can turn everyday users into citizen data scientists

JULY 19 #TECH

Wrong to Use China as Scapegoat for Covid-19

The Covid-19 pandemic has added strain to the already uneasy US-China relations today.

JULY 17 #OPINION

Fortify: Three Survival Tips to Build Financial Resilience

Take the chance to build some good habits and work towards your financial fitness during the Covid-19 pandemic.

JULY 06 #OPINION

Covid-19 and the Rule of Law

Some states may be utilizing emergency powers to consolidate executive authority at the expense of the rule of law

JULY 06 #COMMENTARY

Two Indian-American Women Could Be in 2020 US Presidential Tickets

The 2020 presidential election could be a showdown between Joe Biden-Kamala Harris, and Donald Trump-Nikki Haley

JULY 04 #INTERNATIONAL

Food Estate Project: New Ecological Disaster Brewing in Kalimantan

President Joko Widodo's administration is planning to embark on a one-million-hectare rice field project in Kalimantan.

JUNE 29 #ENVIRONMENT

Accelerating Cloud Adoption After Pandemic

Though businesses across Asia-Pacific are more enthusiastic about cloud services, they remain restricted by foundational gaps in adoption.

JUNE 16 #OPINION