Regions / Asia & Pacific
A new Council on Foreign Relations report presents China in a distorted light.
U.S. military aid to the Philippines doesn't defend the country from invaders. It's turned inward, against the poor, journalists, and human rights defenders.
Two speeches and two very different approaches to the world.
The Modi government's far-right bigotry is well-known, but its equally disturbing environmental record isn't.
At a time of declining faith in democracy, the institution of royalty is looking surprisingly resilient.
The group's caliphate may be crumbled, but the political conditions that gave rise to it haven't improved at all.
Bolton's broadsides against Cuba, Nicaragua, and Venezuela hint at ambitions for much more dangerous geopolitical conflict — and nothing short of a new Cold War.
Newspaper editor Lee Sang Yong shares insights from the front lines of the information wars in tightly controlled North Korea.
A court ruling against colonial exploitation could threaten a strategic U.S. military base in the Indian Ocean. Indigenous advocates say it's about time.
U.S. taxpayer funds are bankrolling the worsening human rights crisis in the Philippines. Movements are rising to shut that aid off.