FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A recommended Weekend read. Columnist Laurie Oakes takes Australian opposition leader to task on several key issues ranging from traditional bi-partisan support for the International Monetary Fund (IMF) to industrial relations. Read more from Sydney in The Telegraph.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A shortage of funds and a resurgence of political power within the Marcos family have cast a shadow over the hunt for billions-of-dollars that went missing when Ferdinand Marcos was ousted as president, with […]
East Timor is commemorating the 20th anniversary of a referendum that delivered its independence but sparked widespread massacres that left 1,500 people dead and displaced about half-a-million people. here is a collection of stories from […]