Vietnam in the Shadow of China

The ongoing maritime dispute between China and Vietnam has served to reinforce and solidify distrust among Vietnamese


Double Tragedy Could Spell the End of MAS

Loss of two aircraft and more than 500 people make it seem almost impossible to continue


Philippine President Aquino’s Popularity Fades

Government slush fund comes under attack

Religious Leaders Seek to Cope with AIDS

Religious leaders tell AIDS conference prevention, not condemnation is needed

India’s Modi and Jaitley Slow Off the Mark

Dramatic reforms appear to be receding into the distance

Thai Military Shows Yingluck the Door

Court orders her to face charges, junta gives her permission to go overseas

Japan Faces Another Summer of Power Shortages

A nervous government and a reluctant citizenry keep nuclear power on hold

Cambodian Opposition Figures Headed for Jail

Attempt to reopen Freedom Park culminates in violence

Visa Enforcement Tightens for Thailand’s Expats

The lush life days may be coming to a close

Is it Time for an Asian Environmental Miracle?

Increasingly, the region can afford one. The world needs it.

Johor Sultan Narrows the Singapore Strait

Massive reclamation projects cause friction between Singapore and Malaysia