Speaking at Yangon forum, State Counselor highlights her government’s investment-friendly reforms, welcomes ‘balance and stability’ offered by US and Japanese businesses.
Trump ties Hong Kong protests to U.S.-China trade deal; Beijing reiterates that protests are approaching 'terrorism'
On this day in 1945, the US dropped an atomic bomb on Hiroshima, Japan in the final days of WWII. Luckily, five Myanmar scholars who had been studying in the city had moved to other
Spokesman says Washington’s sanctions against military leaders insult not just the Tatmadaw, but all Myanmar people.
Johnson has avoided angering Trump on Twitter lately, despite having called him "unfit" for office and "clearly out of his mind" when Trump was a presidential candidate.
The effect of sanctions on Myanmar has always been notoriously difficult to predict; never more so than in today’s complex domestic and regional situation.
As ASEAN chair, Bangkok must impress on the US secretary of state that the bloc’s ‘Outlook on the Indo-Pacific’ serves both regional and US interests in Southeast Asia.
Israel’s Foreign Ministry to stop issuing visas to Tatmadaw officers in bid to avoid international ‘embarrassment’ over rights-abuse claims, Haaretz reports
US President Donald Trump tweeted that India has “long had a field day” slapping tariffs on US goods. “No longer acceptable!” he wrote. Indian officials beg to differ.
Region faces rising authoritarianism, trafficking and growing environmental problems amid mounting US-China rivalry.
Bipartisan bill imposing sanctions on and calling for investigations of top Tatmadaw brass passes US congressional committee and now heads for a full House vote.
Both governments also reaffirmed their commitment to cooperation on security, development, humanitarian assistance, disaster relief and counterterrorism.
Beijing has set a growth target of 6 to 6.5 percent for this year, easing from 6.6 percent in 2018—the slowest rate of expansion the country has seen in nearly 30 years.
MIT last year announced a five-year agreement under which iFlytek would help underwrite three research projects at the university's renowned Computer Science and Artificial Intelligence
Both China and the U.S. have ramped up their trade war with both sides imposing new tariffs targeting imports.