In June 2018, the Indian government defined a national policy on Artificial Intelligence (AI) in a working paper titled, National Strategy for Artificial Intelligence #AIforAll.”
As there was a surge in the number of patients infected with the novel coronavirus amid the fifth wave of infections in Japan, the number of people suffering from the aftereffects of Covid-19 has been increasing.
Nearly half a century has passed since Australia became ASEAN’s first dialogue partner in 1974.
China has made great achievements in improving people’s livelihoods, as described in the white paper titled China’s Epic Journey from Poverty to Prosperity, published by the State Council Information Office in September.
The Covid-19 pandemic – a global catastrophe that has swept through most countries in the world – has had a disastrous impact on the entire socio-economic life of mankind. Vietnam is no exception, but the country’s situation is quite different from the rest of the world.
Managing climate change is the greatest challenge of our time, and the 26th UN Conference of the Parties in Glasgow, Scotland – better known as COP26 – represents a milestone in the world’s efforts to take concerted action.
‘The taxation system has tilted toward the rich, and away from the middle class, in the last 10 years. It is dramatic, and I don’t think it’s appreciated.
As the leaders of Asia and the Pacific prepare to head to Glasgow for the 26th UN Climate Change Conference of the Parties (COP26), they can be sure that our region will be in the spotlight: many of the most vulnerable countries to the impacts of climate change are located here;
At the end of October, an intergovernmental working group will meet again to push for an international treaty governing multinational companies’ responsibility for upholding human rights.
The year 2020 marked a watershed in global efforts to end tuberculosis by 2030.