Democracy needs institutions to work well especially the rule of law, including a strong list of basic human rights, and a competitive market economy.
The anniversary of the declaration of Martial Law is a reminder that never again should atrocities be allowed to reign. Filipinos’ have the capacity to bring about change together as one nation.
FNF is looking for disruptive business ideas that incorporate the promotion of human rights in business operations and culture.
History tells us that trade has shaped Southeast Asia for thousands of years. Apart from goods, new ideas and technologies flowed along these routes.
The essence of leadership does not vary - the why of connecting with people, having influence, having values and a vision always remains same, but the how and what does vary.
While the history and culture of Europe is very different from Southeast Asia, some of the fundamental structural issues that shape international cooperation exist in both regions.
ASEAN has delivered 50 years of economic development and peaceful cooperation to its members. It has seen an expansion of trade and a deepening of economic cooperation.
Indonesia is the world's third largest democracy. The road was not easy. Today, while Indonesia has made impressive democratic gains, the country continues to struggle with various challenges.
Drivers of Innovation podcast series explores stories where innovation means more than introducing new technology.
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