Regions / Asia & Pacific
The two most populous countries in the world have a great trade relationship. But, as columnist Conn Hallinan explains, they are also on the verge of war.
It’s time to hold those responsible for last year’s blood-bath in Sri Lanka accountable for their war crimes.
Like Hamlet, Shakespeare's conflicted Prince of Denmark, China was caught between conflicting currents in Copenhagen. Its failure to manage these challenges, argues columnist Walden Bello, led to its biggest diplomatic debacle in years.
India and Pakistan continue to prepare for war even though the majority of people in both countries want peace, reports columnist Zia Mian.
The making of an unequal, unconstitutional, illegal, colonial and deceitful U.S.-Japan agreement.
Seven stories of 2009 that deserved more attention than they received.
Women farmers hold the key to addressing climate change.
U.S. military strategy in Afghanistan is built on two coups, one in Kabul and the other in Islamabad.
The United States can learn from the mistakes made in Iraq to craft a new approach to Afghanistan.
The two emerging economic giants India and China still have some unfinished border business.