Indonesian Democracy’s Enemy Within

Radical Islamic party threatens Indonesia with ballots more than bullets
Sadanand Dhume
December 1, 2005

Asia’s Polite Reception To Bush Masks Declining US Influence

Growing regional cooperation threatens US preeminence in East Asia
Daniel Sneider
November 17, 2005

'Protect Regime Now, Feed People Later'

North Korea switches policy on receiving food aid to safeguard the regime
Shim Jae Hoon
October 18, 2005

China, India Superpower? Not so Fast!

Despite impressive growth, the rising Asian giants have feet of clay
Pranab Bardhan
October 25, 2005

Now You See It, Now You Don't

North Korea withdraws its supposed nuclear concession amid concern that it wants to have its cake and eat it too
Shim Jae Hoon
September 22, 2005

Undue Fears of China Inc?

Facing international suspicion and fueled by economic necessity, Chinese companies struggle to expand overseas
Paul Mooney
September 29, 2005

Thai King's Death Adds to Uncertainty About Obama's Faltering Asia Pivot

Since 1946, the king supported strong US-Thai relations
David Brunnstrom
October 14, 2016

Chinese Billionaire Makes Aggressive Moves in Hollywood

Some legislators question if investors in film industry pursue profit, soft power or propaganda
Ryan Faughnder and David Pierson
October 5, 2016

Submarine Sanctuary: Why China Is Determined to Establish Dominance Over South China Sea

Surveillance of the shallow waters is easy
Nayan Chanda
September 29, 2016

Britain Approves Controversial Chinese-Financed Nuclear-Reactor, With a Catch

New British energy deal with China approved by skeptical May
Griff Witte
September 22, 2016

Abe to Seek Cuba’s Help Over North Korea and Boost Trade

Cuba would gain global stature by convincing North Korea that nuclear weapons are not a good idea
Ayako Mie
September 21, 2016