Regions / Asia & Pacific
Before the U.S. bombed Hiroshima, the opinions of Manhattan Project scientists were solicited.
Sophie Richardson conducts a detailed examination of the beliefs driving China's foreign policy decisions.
When we conduct military exercises on China's doorstep, and within range of a clearly unhappy North Korea, we might be unwittingly starting something that we neither want to nor are able to finish.
A new collection of essays provides a comprehensive survey of ethnic conflicts in the Asia-Pacific region.
Like any tyrant, Kim Jong-il relies on numerous tools of authoritarian control to stay in power.
The Maoists are on strike, the government falls: What's next for Nepal?
United States fail to press the advantage in the Cheonan incident.
The Obama administration took office in 2009 determined to move beyond might-makes-right-makes-might unilateralism of the Bush years, and reassert America's global influence as the most principled and powerful guarantor of rule-based multilateralism.
Two respected Korean-American researchers suggest there may have been a rush to judgment on the sinking of the Cheonan.
The World Expo in Shanghai showcases the airbrushed future and polarized present in China.