The Challenges of Delivering a New Deal for Malaysia
A motley ruling coalition faces tough challenges in executing systemic reform.
OPINION: Behind the Asian Games Glitz Hides a Troubled Indonesia
It'll take more than a cover over Jakarta's 'Black River' to hide the darkness that threatens the heart of Indonesia.
PHILIPPINES: Charmed by China, Duterte's Foreign Policy Sails in Troubled Seas
Large segments of Philippines society, not least the defense establishment, have issues with Duterte's pro-China stance.
'Heartbreaking': Taiwan's Salvadorans Express Anger and Frustration at Diplomatic Rupture
Salvadorans in Taiwan reflect on their president's decision to switch diplomatic recognition to Beijing.
CARTOON: China's Cash for Central American Control
China reportedly agreed to provide more than US$27 billion in financing for a port in El Salvador.
UPDATE: El Salvador Cuts Diplomatic Ties with Taiwan
El Salvador becomes the third country this year to switch diplomatic recognition to China.
OPINION: Differing Strategic Visions in the Indo-Pacific Cloud the Region's Future
India, Japan and the US all have different ideas about what the Indo-Pacific means, casting doubt over its future as a concept.