Amid the confusion and uncertainties emerging during the coronavirus, has media actually overblown and overcapitalized the issue?
During the fight against COVID-19, the people of Thailand has been suffering from two things, the impact of the pandemic and the government itself.
Human Rights Watch demands the United Nations to conduct an independent investigation into the "war on drugs" in the Philippines.
Groups of people are protesting, demanding the eradication of lockdown to recover economy. However, will an anti-lockdown protest benefit the economy?
Malaysia business reopens this week as the government decides to change Movement Control Order (MCO) into Conditional Movement Control Order (CMCO).
The movement requesting a reform of World Health Organization, WHO, is loud and clear considering the institution's attempts in dealing with coronavirus.
Communism, as a country's political and economic view, might sound ideal in theory. However, why does not it work in practice?
Capitalism and democracy are two systems that coexist in various forms throughout the world. Even though they coexist, do they actually need each other?
The national currency of Malaysia, ringgit, is getting weaker amid the political instability and coronavirus fear. Analysts predict that this will continue.
Following the resignation as the acting prime minister of Malaysia, Mahathir puts the country in a political confusion. No one knows what he has in mind.