Regions / Asia & Pacific
The Afghan activist and legislator says no to the United States and NATO, the warlords, and the Taliban, and says yes to democracy.
The Sri Lankan government has brushed aside Western criticism of its abusive practices. But that might be about to change.
Should we stay or should we go: that's the question.
In this new book, Ray Takeyh argues for engaging Iran rather than isolating it.
With the deadline for closing Guantanamo looming, the Obama administration risks repeating many of the errors of the Bush years.
Joe Cook had a vision: build a field in Cambodia and they will come.
President Obama can break the impasse with North Korea by sending special envoy Stephen Bosworth for face-to-face talks in Pyongyang.
Even if McChrystal gets all of the troops he wants, is it mission impossible?
Afghanistan requires a long-term U.S. commitment, not as a military occupier but rather as a development partner.
The U.S.-German bombing at Kunduz has shattered the myth that the Afghan campaign was about digging wells, building schools, and bringing peace.