Marcos and the Philippines at Davos
By Mong Palatino
Since taking office in July, President Ferdinand Marcos Jr. has undertaken eight trips abroad, with a ninth to come next month.
5 Takeaways From Li Keqiang’s World Economic Forum Speech
By Spencer Sheehan
In Dalian, Li Keqiang pressed China’s case for global leadership and assured investors about economic stability.
Hun Sen Slams Cambodia’s ‘Foreign Servants’ at World Economic Forum
By Luke Hunt
Prime minister's outburst follows warnings of war if his party loses elections.
Where Is ASEAN On Press Freedom?
By Luke Hunt
It has been another poor year for the subregion in the annual World Press Freedom Index.
ASEAN’s Mekong Potential the Focus in Vietnam Meeting
By Ling Han
The recent WEF-Mekong meeting in Hanoi was a useful reminder of the subregion’s significance.
Davos and Climate Change: ‘Warning Shots’ From Africa and Pacific
By Maarten van Aalst
While Davos cites the climate change threats, new extreme events underscore the urgency.
Li Keqiang: China's Economy Is Going Strong
By Shannon Tiezzi
At the Summer Davos forum, China's premier responded to concerns about China's economic strength.
Asia Climbs Competitiveness Scale
By Anthony Fensom
A WEF report had generally positive news for Asian economies, albeit with some warnings for the region’s giants.
Are South Korea’s Best Days Behind Her?
By Yong Kwon
With South Korea's global competitiveness declining, its leaders struggle to turn things around.
Shinzo Abe At World Economic Forum: 'Restrain Military Expansion In Asia'
By Ankit Panda
Shinzo Abe's speech to the World Economic Forum reveals his thinking on the Senkaku-Diaoyu dispute.
Singapore Leads Asia-Pacific in First-Ever Human Capital Index
According to a new report, Asian countries have work to do in developing their peoples’ talent.