Asian Tribune has its humble beginnings in Bangkok nine years ago. It is the venture of a Sri Lanka Tamil journalist, K T Rajasingham, who was forced to leave his country after LTTE raised its head and systematically targeted him.
Asian Tribune moved to Sweden as the founder relocated himself in Sweden. Presently, brought to you by World Institute for Asian Studies (WIAS), which has been set up to bring the Asian nations closer to each other through better and in-depth understanding of regional problems.
Asian Tribune brings to the monitor screens with breaking news and in-depth analysis of unfolding events in a package that is unique by international media standards.
Asian Tribune has carved out a niche in the crowded Networld and has succeeded in catching the eye of Presidents, Prime Ministers, law makers, chief executives, academics, students and even house wives across the nations in Asia, Europe and the Americas.
In short, Asian Tribune readership is rich, resourceful, enterprising and above all discerning. And this is what gives AT gives a global edge with an Asian perspective.
Asian Tribune doesn’t constrain itself with personalities. Its focus is on issues and concerns and champions them with passion with its network of correspondents, commentators and writers .
Writers and commentators who share Asian Tribune’s resolve are welcome to contribute to the Asian Tribune columns