Burma: Feel-Good US Sanctions Wrongheaded

In punishing the brutal junta, the US hurts Burmese people and its own strategic interests
David I. Steinberg
May 19, 2004

Washington Hopes for the Best; Beijing Prepares for the Worst

Following the reelection of Chen Shui-bian, window narrows for a peaceful settlement
Richard Baum
May 24, 2004

Unnoticed, Democracy Gains in Southeast Asia's Islamic Countries

Despite extremist threat, pluralism flourishes in Islamic Indonesia and Malaysia
Goenawan Mohamad
April 16, 2004

China's ‘Big Mamas' in a Quandary

Caught between the urge to repress and to make use of the Internet, Beijing sees its power eroded
Paul Mooney
April 12, 2004

While the US Looked for Iraqi WMD, North Korea Built Theirs

Bush's early refusal to deal with North Korea makes it harder now to walk Pyongyang back from its weapons program
Jack Pritchard
March 31, 2004

Taiwan's Challenge to China and the World - Part II

A ‘Greater Chinese Union' offers best political solution
Linda Jakobson
March 15, 2004


Art and the Asianization of Canada

Art reveals immigrant influence on economics, politics and more
November 6, 2013

India and China Seek Economic Integration

Investment in massive four-nation trade corridor could ease tensions
Neeta Lal
November 5, 2013

Which Asian Century?

Leaders can promote economic prosperity or regional tensions
Richard N. Haass
October 30, 2013

The Banal Reality of Censoring Books in China

Lines between editing and censorship may be blurred
David Austin Walsh
October 28, 2013

China Employs 2 Million Microblog Monitors, State Media Say

Monitors analyze online gripes and delete posts
Dong Le
October 16, 2013