FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — In most countries, access to hired help for around the house would hardly count as a national priority. In Malaysia, however, it’s an issue that Prime Minister Najib Razak needs resolved before he goes to the next election – and after a couple of years of wrangling, he appears to have got his wish. Read more in The Diplomat.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Pilots are a troubled lot. Too many are hand tied and frustrated by an industry that rewards those who play the game and ignores aviators whose sense of safety and old […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Former resistance leader and head of the National Congress for Timorese Reconstruction (CNRT), the charismatic Xanana Gusmao, will again lead East Timor with officials confirming he won more than 36 percent of the […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — The violent political upheavals in Bangkok have all but scuttled efforts to find a peaceful solution to the conflict in the south where about 6,000 lives have already been lost from […]