Myanmar’s shadow National Unity Government (NUG) and activists marked the anniversary of the uprising against former Gen. Ne Win on Monday with protests calling for an end to junta rule and a vow to fight until their goal of a federal democracy is achi…Continue Reading
Junta forces stepped up their attacks in Myanmar’s hard-hit Sagaing region in the first week of August, torching nearly 500 homes in 10 villages and causing at least 5,000 people to flee, local sources said.
The attacks in Sagaing’s Tabayin and Ayadaw …
A Uyghur scholar who studied in Turkey and worked for an international company in the southern Chinese city of Guangzhou was arrested by authorities from his hometown Urumqi, a local police officer and Uyghurs with knowledge of the situation said.
Satellite images from July 29 and Aug. 3, 2022, showing the clear cutting of forest at Phnom Tamao before Prime Minister Hun Sen called a halt after a public outcry. (Credit: Sentinel Hub)
Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen issued a rare order ove…Continue Reading
North Korean authorities are dispatching veterans and soldiers about to demobilize to collective farms to make up for labor shortages, raising fears among the military ranks that they will be stuck doing hard jobs in rural areas for the rest of their l…Continue Reading
Cyber attacks and a Chinese disinformation campaign targeting the democratic island of Taiwan throw the spotlight on Beijing’s use of hybrid warfare in the wake of Pelosi’s visit, a Taiwanese military official said on Monday.
Maj. Gen. Chen Yu-lin, dep…
Jones to succeed Sangeet Chowfla as head of the global association representing leading graduate business schools GMAC Incoming CEO Joy Jones RESTON, Va., Aug. 08, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Graduate Management Admission Council (GMAC), a global association of leading graduate business schools, today announced the appointment of Joy Jones as the organization’s CEO-Elect. Jones […]Continue Reading