Does China understand the importance of Indonesia in the Indo Pacific arena?
Headline 2, Kolumnis

Does China understand the importance of Indonesia in the Indo Pacific arena?

- July 30, 2020

1. China is a continental empire. It has a large hinter land. But two of its longest rivers come from Yang Tze River and Yellow ... Read More

US Indo Pacific Strategy: Malaysia and ASEAN are included in it
Headline 2, Kolumnis

US Indo Pacific Strategy: Malaysia and ASEAN are included in it

- July 20, 2020

The Indo Pacific Strategy Report of the United States in June 2019 (US), which is concurrently with the Asean Outlook on Indo-Pacific, (AOIP), where the ... Read More

For Asean, China’s ships needs to get out first
Antarabangsa, Headline 2

For Asean, China’s ships needs to get out first

- July 17, 2020

It is true, although increasingly spurious----based on the latest reports on China's coast guards in Malaysian waters, with some 89 encroachments into the Exclusive Economic ... Read More

Malaysia is (fast) becoming an aging society
Kolumnis

Malaysia is (fast) becoming an aging society

- July 14, 2020

PHAR KIM BENG Something serious is happening in Malaysia, and Northeast Asia. Yet, no one is talking about it actively. In fact, the numbers are ... Read More

Is G4 Swine Virus another pandemic from China?
Headline 2, Kolumnis

Is G4 Swine Virus another pandemic from China?

- July 2, 2020

PHAR KIM BENG 1. Pandemic is now heavy on the mind of many, as it should be. But another one could potentially be coming from ... Read More

China’s rise has been trapped by COVID-19 too
Kolumnis

China’s rise has been trapped by COVID-19 too

- June 29, 2020

Malaysia needs the world economy to do well, in order to be a vibrant economy, especially hoisted by the prosperity of China. China seems to ... Read More

Covid 19 can divide but not destroy the US China relationship and Southeast Asia yet
Headline 2, Kolumnis

Covid 19 can divide but not destroy the US China relationship and Southeast Asia yet

- June 13, 2020

Sino US relationship, is a dyad, driven by a combination of factors that divide them. Among which includes what Graham Allison at Harvard University calls ... Read More