Stories By 'The Straits Times'
Ever since the change of government in Seoul brought Mr Moon Jae In to power, the world has looked to some fresh thinking on the Korean peninsula.
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Since 2006, when North Korea conducted the first of its atomic tests, the world has imposed a variety of sanctions on the isolated nation in an effort to curb its advance towards being a nuclear weapons state.
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The case of a Housing Board officer, who was fined yesterday for having given confidential information to a reporter from The Straits Times, draws attention to the Official Secrets Act (OSA) and its impact on the media.
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The developing crisis in the United States as the Robert Mueller investigation into alleged Russian meddling in last year’s presidential election proceeds is a serious matter.
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The liberation last week of Raqqa, the Syrian capital of the Islamic State in Iraq and Syria (ISIS), and Marawi, its Philippine stronghold, is a triumph, but one marked by lingering shadows.
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The review announced recently of the way doctors are being trained in Singapore reflects the critical need to ensure this matches public health requirements.
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