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  1. Indonesia haze firefighters

    Commentary: As temperatures rise, Indonesia's water-sharing can prevent transboundary haze

    Water-sharing arrangements between companies and Indonesian communities can prevent fires in dry season hotspots, two observers point out.
  2. Flowers and signs are seen at a memorial site for victims of the mosque shootings, at the Botanic G

    Commentary: Christchurch attack raises uncomfortable questions about intelligence failure

    Research fellow at the Lowy Institute Rodger Shanahan lists five key questions to try to understand the implications of the mosque attack in ...
  3. File photo Kuala Lumpur tower

    Commentary: Anonymous letters and whistle-blowers persist in modern day Malaysia

    Anonymous letters continue to shine a spotlight on certain leaders and call attention to wrongdoing, which can be a positive development as ...
  4. FILE PHOTO: A cup of latte coffee is pictured at a cafe in Sydney

    Commentary: Wake up and smell the coffee snobbery

    Perhaps this is a new business model for cafes: Create something so preposterously expensive that journalists have to come to test it out, says ...
  5. mobile phone

    Commentary: Alone together? How smartphones have changed family time

    These patterns are particularly pronounced among young people aged 14 to 16, say sociology experts Stella Chatzitheochari and Killian Mullan.
  6. BIGBANG boyband member Seungri -- real name Lee Seung-hyun -- is embroiled in a sex-for-investment

    Commentary: BIGBANG’s Seungri’s sex scandal and the end of K-pop’s innocence

    A series of high-profile sex scandals and other offences has rocked the South Korean music industry, but will the reckoning be enough to provoke ...
  7. Coffee caffeine nap sleep alert

    Commentary: A culture of overtime is costing us dearly

    We need a change in the cultural attitude that promotes long hours as necessary, acceptable or heroic, says University of Adelaide's Joshua Krook.
  8. Woman clad in a kimono is reflected in an electronic board displaying Japan's Nikkei share ave

    Commentary: The rise of woman economics in Japan is turning its ageing society around

    Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe's 'womenomics' policy is bearing fruit, but there are still gaps that remain, says economic professor at ...
  9. Santa Clara Superior Court Judge Aaron Persky sentenced Brock Turner to six months for sexually

    Commentary: Becoming future-ready, inside the quiet revolution of Singapore’s legal sector

    Technology is transforming the ways lawyers do their jobs, says Azman Jaafar and Erwan Barre at RHTLaw Taylor Wessing LLP.

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