Regions / Asia & Pacific
By restricting military assistance to Indonesia, President Obama can do the most for human rights in the world's largest Muslim-majority country.
Serious economic engagement with North Korea can help improve the human rights situation in one of the bleakest parts of the globe.
If Europe doesn't extend a welcoming hand, Turkey will drift eastward and that's not good news for the United States.
Instead of scaling up an already disastrous war, the United States could change course in a way that would ultimately do a lot more to ensure the world's safety.
A Dutch journalist teams up with photographers to provide intimate portraits of urban newcomers and young factory workers, as well as the families they left behind in China's countryside.
It's no longer just the same old song and dance: India's film industry is tackling some pretty serious topics.
The United States pushed NATO further eastward toward the borders of Russia while pouring money and armaments into Georgia, paving the way to the August war.
U.S. military presence in South Korea and Japan has outlived its usefulness.
Columnist Conn Hallinan warns that conflicts in Iran and Georgia might soon be eclipsed by simmering tension elsewhere.
When pundits talk about the U.S. elections and foreign policy, they focus on Iraq and Iran. But the third member of the infamous "axis of evil" may prove to be just as influential.