Khadija Ghaznawi says she knows exactly how to end the long-simmering conflict in Afghanistan: build more factories. A logistics company owner by profession and peace activist on the side, Ghaznawi says that if the government had been diligent about creating more jobs for Afghans, militants would ha... via Only Woman Running for Afghan President Gets... Continue Reading →
Despite Billions in Aid, Afghans Canâ€™t Find Work via Despite Billions in Aid, Afghans Canâ€™t Find Work | TIME.com.
Cambodia is gearing up for more mass rallies, with up to 50,000 people slated to attend a three-day opposition demonstration beginning Wednesday. MPs-elect for the opposition Cambodia National Rescue Party CNRP are boycotting the National Assembly in protest at alleged irregularities they claim... via As Opposition to the Regime Mounts, Cambodiaâ€™s Capital Braces for Bloodshed... Continue Reading →
Southeast Asian nations are considering humanitarian assistance for Muslim-minority Rohingya facing ‘pain and suffering’ in Myanmar, the head of the ASEAN regional bloc said on Wednesday. Association of Southeast Asian Nations secretary general Surin Pitsuwan said the bloc should be “part of solution to the problem” that escalated in June with a bloody clash that... Continue Reading →