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Estonia seeks deeper trade, investment ties with Singapore with an eye on Asean growth
PM Kallas said some tech-driven Estonian companies are already in Singapore.
Thailand’s PM front runner Pita confident of surviving move to thwart leadership bid
He insisted he has violated no rules and that rivals were determined to keep him from the top job.
Official probe into Indian rail disaster announced; relatives still looking for missing loved ones
India’s Railway Board has recommended that the country’s federal investigative agency take over the investigation.
He is one of just 350 US students in China, in a sign of how US-China tensions have frayed ties
The loss in human connections from such a decoupled relationship is clear.
The risks of US and China talking past each other
The verbal sparring over talks at the Shangri-La Dialogue point to the difficulty of setting up ‘guardrails’ in the Sino-US relationship.
India and US announce road map to strengthen defence industrial partnership
It will guide both countries towards building resilient supply chains over the next few years.
Pakistan ex-PM Imran Khan’s party fights to survive his collision with military
In Pakistan, a conviction by any court means that a politician cannot contest general elections again.
First draft of plastics treaty to be done by year's end: UN
Concern over plastics has surged as fragmented microplastics have been found on the world’s highest mountains.
Humans have blown past key limits for earth’s stability, scientists say
They suggest using biodiversity metrics to limit the destruction of species and ecosystems.
Global additions of renewable power capacity to rise by a third in 2023: IEA
The world is set to add a record-breaking amount of renewables to electricity systems.
Tackling your peskier inflation worries
Inflation still worries many but help is at hand from financial experts in this episode. Howie Lim grills them for the answers.