International Bloopers


How does Asean play its cards in the trade war era?

August 7, 2019

The US-China trade war looms but how is the Asean playing its cards in this environment and why it should remain neutral in US-China tussle

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Lucky I did not end up like murdered Saudi journalist: Blogger to BBC

August 6, 2019

The BBC reports the UAE deported a Mauritian blogger who says he is victim of a political plot from Mauritiius involving UAE high officials

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Easing policy could become a common response to crises

August 5, 2019

Another round of quantitative easing is seen coming with western economies facing bubbles and possible collapse in the coming months

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China military video suggests another Tianamen in making in Hong Kong

August 1, 2019

China military video suggests another Tianamen is in making in Hong Kong with a possible invasion of territory by the PLA.

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Shameem deported from Dubai after horror arrest

July 31, 2019

After a couple of nights in jail in Dubai, Shameem Korimbocus popularly known as Shameem One Only is deported to Mauritius.

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Why monetary easing cannot prevent consequences from trade wars

July 30, 2019

The July 17 Federal Reserve release of its Beige Book says the American economy and employment situation will expand moderately. It also emphasizes the policy expectations for interest rate cuts to overcome uncertainties. However, the Fed’s optimism on the US economy overshadows the overall decline in the US market. On the same day, the Dow […]

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Singapore: PM brother backs opposition in a challenge to PAP

July 29, 2019

Singapore has a new political party and the brother of the PM supports the party in challenge to PAP

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The dangers of ripping-off the global supply chain

July 27, 2019

The world is about to face a divided supply chain, a total ripping-off of an established order. The question is what are we going to do about it? Yuji Miura, a senior researcher at the well-known Japan Research Institute, notices a strange phenomenon. It is an effective global market division into ‘China’ and ‘non-China’. <<This […]

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Malaysia battle ground of Islamic influence with Iran-Saudi rivalry in KL

July 26, 2019

A report of a growing rivalry in Malaysia between Iran and Saudi Arabia turns KL into an unexpected battle ground for islamic influence

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