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Power of women: Afghan women attend a consultative grand assembly, known as Loya Jirga, in Kabul, on April 29, 2019. Women now play a greater role in peace mediation.
For a safer world, put people before runaway military spending
Opinion

For a safer world, put people before runaway military spending

To end our global arms addiction, decision-makers need to take a more human-centered approach to security.

3 days ago
Opinion

Thwarting future attacks by FPI splinter cells

The government needs to ensure transparent legal processes in prosecuting all acts of terrorism including those by former FPI members such as Husein’s cell. 

1 week ago
Opinion

Costa Rica at 200: The case of a singular democracy

This vocation for peace was confirmed in 1949 when the national army was constitutionally abolished. 

1 week ago

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Opinion

Death penalty false cure for ailing Indonesian justice system

The popular support for capital punishment stems primarily from a desire for justice based on a perceived lack of it in the country’s criminal justice system. 

2 weeks ago
Opinion

Human interface of AI critical for industrial operations

Industrial IOT has created the opportunity to access unprecedented amounts of data from connected assets. 

2 weeks ago
Opinion

A pandemic of fear and misinformation

There is mounting evidence that misinformation about COVID-19 via social media or other online sites can reduce the likelihood that people will choose to be vaccinated.

2 weeks ago
Opinion

In memoriam: Daisy Hadmoko, pioneer in Indonesian travel journalism

Her immense contribution to Indonesia’s tourism was given the due official recognition in 2011 when the Culture and Tourism Ministry conferred on her the Lifetime Achievement Award.

2 weeks ago
Opinion

At 100, the CPC remains committed to serving the people

To speed up construction, they usually slept in caves and didn’t go home for months. 

2 weeks ago