Like a dull pain, the underlying tension in the northeast Asian region endures with little resolution in sight
Japan logged a current account surplus for the 57th consecutive month in March, the government said in a report earlier this week.
While the last remaining Japanese aid shrinks, Cambodia must now look at ways to persevere with grit and sweat to stand on its own feet, at long last
Japan’s striptease feat in the international arena and the delicate balance with the various superpowers have allowed it to leverage the external economic strength and the military might of the superpowers to its advantage.
The way of life in Japan is known around the world for being orderly, clean and efficient. These are traits that many Cambodians aspire towards.
Last Saturday, the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) and Japan signed the first protocol to amend the comprehensive economic partnership (AJCEP) to expand trade, goods and services, and investments among member states and Japan.
The three David’s have one thing in common, that is they need safe passage in South China Sea. To the US, Japan, and China, the South China Sea continue to be of strategic importance to them to let their little differences stand in the way.