OPINION: Weighing the Costs of Cambodia's Rental to China
Chinese companies are taking out swathes of Cambodia on 99-year leases, largely to the exclusion of average Cambodians.
'Nothing Off the Table' in Race to Rescue Trapped Thai Cave Kids
The race is on to get the boys and their coach out of the cave before monsoon rains prevent their escape.
What's the Deal with China's Control of Sri Lanka's Hambantota Port?
Whatever China is doing in the Sri Lankan port, it isn't stimulating trade or tourism.
OPINION: Japan's Abe Rethinking North Korea After Trump's Policy Swerve
US–North Korea rapprochement has forced Japan to reassess its North Korea policy.
Rim of the Pacific Navy Exercises Underway amid Incoherent Trump Foreign Policy
This year's military exercise focuses on providing training for non-US navies, while demonstrating the incoherence of the Trump administration's foreign policy.
China's Love for Seafood Set to Send Waves Through Global Oceans
China’s growing appetite for seafood has led to fundamental changes in the global fishing industry.
Q&A: TECO New York's Brian Su on Fighting for Taiwan Against China
After writing to The Wall Street Journal to make quite clear that 'Taiwan Is Not a Part of the People’s Republic', Brian Su talks about the importance and strategy of raising Taiwan's international profile.