14 Sep 2017 Asia Times also publishes stories from credible sources such as Reuters: “China backs Myanmar repression in Rakhine.” While opinion pieces tend to have an anti-American bias, their straight news coverage is well sourced and least biased . Overall, we rate Asia Times least biased through proper
You can't really judge their journalism in general based on the URL above. Opinion pieces are not the reflection of the newspaper but of the person who is writing the opinion piece. You are better off reading from the main page.
Asia Times is a Hong Kong-based English-language news website covering politics, economics, business and culture "from an Asian perspective". It is now known as "Asia Times" or "AT", and has dropped the "Online" part of its name. The website is a direct descendant of the Bangkok-based print newspaper that was
The once-helpful news-provider behemoth has in recent weeks sunk to new lows of bias, and worsens mainstream-media credibility in ways unforeseen even a year ago. In more than 25 years as a professional journalist, I have not seen such media-credibility-mauled times – the "I'm a journalist" answer to livelihood
“With non-traditional collectors,” he said. Lest anyone think Wray had discovered something new and novel, he hadn't. His answer draws from a history of institutional racial bias against Chinese-Americans in the FBI since the inception of the agency founded by J Edgar Hoover. During the hysteria in the late 1990s when Dr
the Report. Marina Mahathir, the daughter of former Malaysian Prime Minister Mahathir Mohamad, pauses during an. Dec 28,2017, 2:55. Reimagining women's rights in Islam. By Muhammad Cohen · Saif Ahmad Khan. Dec 27,2017, 2:16. The ugliness behind long-standing anti-Muslim bias in India · By Saif Ahmad Khan.
27 Dec 2017 As 2017 comes to a close one can't afford to overlook the unprecedented rise in anti-Muslim sentiment across India. On one hand, Hindutva has become an unstoppable political force with successive electoral victories under the combined leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Amit Shah,
Malaysia/African immigrants/06/01/2018. Malaysia's image as an open multicultural country has been tarnished in recent years as tensions increase between Malaysians and the country's growing African population. The portrait of a "truly Asian" Malaysia appears, for many nationals, to largely exclude Africans.
23 Jan 2018 Facilitated by a largely unquestioning media, Indonesian President Joko Widodo's government has become a master at the game of smoke and mirrors, which in its simplistic form is all about convincing the public that things are happening when they really aren't. The protracted negotiations with US mining
7 Jan 2018 Malaysia likes to portray itself as a tolerant and multicultural country, with its ethnic and religious diversity touted as a major selling point for attracting tourists and investors alike. But this image has been tarnished in recent years as tensions increase between Malaysians and the country's growing African