Unnoticed, Democracy Gains in Southeast Asia's Islamic Countries

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

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

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

Clearing Clouds Over the Karakoram Pass

Sino-Pakistani cooperation in fighting terrorism improves relations, but other challenges may arise
Ziad Haider
March 29, 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

US and China: Grappling Over Economic Rescue – Part I

China’s coupon schemes, aimed at boosting domestic consumer spending, ignite heated debate
Xu Sitao
January 30, 2009

China’s Quiet Activists

Work by a network of NGOs to help people without challenging authorities gains new recognition
Shawn Shieh
February 25, 2009

Cheaper Chinese Currency Has Global Impact

The move upset export markets, could delay US Federal Reserve’s hike in interest rates
Jon Hilsenrath and Brian Blackstone
August 12, 2015

IMF Staff Urges No Rush to Add China Yuan to Currency Basket

The US dollar is the world’s leading reserve currency
David Chance and Krista Hughes
August 12, 2015

China Will Need to Rely on Intermediaries to Succeed in Hollywood

By 2020, China’s expected to be the world’s top movie market
Henny Sender
August 10, 2015

What China Has Been Building in the South China Sea

China announces an end to its reclamation work
Derek Watkins
August 6, 2015

US-Malaysia Relations: Strategic Imperatives Over Human Rights – Analysis

US re-categorizes Malaysia as country making efforts to stop human trafficking
David Han Guo Xiong
August 5, 2015