Category: Opinion

February 4, 2021 0

Why is China cracking down on Alibaba

By The Sun Monitor

Since the Chinese authorities suddenly halted fintech conglomerate Ant Group’s planned initial public offering in autumn 2020, its parent company, e-commerce king Alibaba, has been facing harsh regulatory scrutiny. (AFP photo)

January 18, 2021 0

Reminiscing Davao

By The Sun Monitor

This was the time when Davao City was referred to as a backwater, a God-forsaken place where gun law spoke time and again to highlight an ongoing conflict between government and to those opposed to Marcos rule.

October 27, 2020 0

China leads again

By The Sun Monitor

Just as China led the world in economic recovery in the aftermath of the global financial crisis of 2008, it is playing a similar role today. (AFP photo)

October 12, 2020 1

Can Biden save the world?

By The Sun Monitor

The outcome of the United States (US) presidential election on 3 November will have momentous consequences for America in terms of economic policy, racial justice, the judiciary, health care, and the overall quality of its democracy. (AFP Photo)

October 8, 2020 0

Sabah: Malaysia’s or Philippines’?

By The Sun Monitor

The veiled and quiescent annoyance in the relationship between the Philippines and Malaysia over the “Sabah Dispute” has suddenly been rekindled by recent exchanges on Twitter between the two top diplomats of both countries. (AFP photo)