Regions / Asia & Pacific
When it comes to foreign policy, significant transformation is as unlikely in Washington as it is in Pyongyang.
In the cargo-container communities of Japan's disaster areas, one finds echoes of post-Katrina New Orleans.
Researcher David Hawk explains how people escape North Korea -- and what happens to those who don't.
Knowledge about matters such as the U.S. bombing of Laos is a maladaptive trait in her line of work.
The motives for dropping nuclear bombs on Hiroshima and Nagasaki were political, the targets civilian -- a textbook case of terrorism.
Does it mean protecting nuclear plants or using nuclear weapons for national security?
The new North Korean leader likes Disney. But that's not necessarily a sign that he's leaning westward.
During the 1960, as the Cold War heated up, the U.S. government placed nuclear weapons in Okinawa, Japan, which it did not admit until years later.
North's Korea's gulag revealed in its all its horror and immensity.
Why are the organizers of the World Conservation Congress holding their meeting near the construction of a military base in South Korea that is destroying the environment?