China’s Push in the South China Sea Divides the Region

ASEAN mum, impotent over Chinese rig and claims in the South China Sea
Murray Hiebert
May 15, 2014

Asia’s Big Democracies Head to the Polls

Democracy in India and Indonesia is exuberant – but coalition governance struggles to address challenges
Pallavi Aiyar
April 17, 2014

Defying the Taliban, Afghans Head to the Polls

Afghans have made great strides since 2001 – April election is a fight for the future
Marc Grossman
March 20, 2014

Can ASEAN Respond to the Chinese Challenge?

ASEAN and China tussle over how to resolve dispute over the South China Sea
Carlyle A. Thayer
March 18, 2014

Tread With Caution in Highly Sensitive Burma

New connections for Burma introduce rapid change and could prompt backlash against globalization
David I. Steinberg
February 13, 2014

Cambodian Regime Realigns Its Foreign Relations

Facing political opposition, less Chinese support, Hun Sen government seeks regional integration
Murray Hiebert, Phuong Nguyen
February 4, 2014