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The United States is scrambling to make sure that the looming break-up of south and north Sudan in 2011 is as peaceful as possible.
One of Thailand's major opposition activists reflects on the trial of the former prime minister and the country's color wars.
There are some aspects of our tech-powered reality where we should be pressing "pause" instead of "fast-forward."
It might be the world's largest free trade area, writes columnist Walden Bello, but Southeast Asia is still getting a raw trade deal from China.
The president is using carrots and sticks in Africa, but he might have gotten the two mixed up.
The tobacco giant Philip Morris is going up against a new anti-smoking law, this time over intellectual property rights.
Maybe the secret to reunification in the Korean peninsula is winning over hearts and stomachs.
What's the impact of social networking on global governance, reform, and revolution?
An interview with Kim Dong-choon, recently retired Standing Commissioner of South Korea’s Truth and Reconciliation Commission.
The Dutch are leaving Afghanistan. Who benefits? The antiwar right wing.