Hong Kong: Best and Worst-Case Scenarios

Prominent country risk firm says the situation should resolve itself


Holiday Killing 101: Checklist for Thai Authorities

With time winding on since two murders in an island paradise, we present a primer for the authorities


A Doctor Accuses His Profession of Dangerous Dishonesty

Overprescribing, unnecessary testing are rampant, he says in a startling interview

HK Police and Officials Botch Protest

Tear gas outrages public but a practical way forward must be found    

South China Sea Disputes Need More than Principles

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s four principles to resolve the South China Sea dispute are not likely to work

The ISIS Threat in Indonesia

The jihadis coming home are the problem, new report says

China Can’t Back Down

Hong Kong’s protests demonstrate that it was never going to work

Xi is on the Wrong Side of History in Hong Kong

A tone-deaf government in Beijing misses the importance of the student protest

Japan’s Leading Newspaper under Siege

Japan’s conservatives seize the chance to beat up the country’s leading liberal paper