After decades in exile, some Tibetans are beginning to question whether the breathtaking location in India that has served as their temporary residence might, despite their best hopes, be taking on the trappings of a more permanent home. Saransh Sehgal meets the exiles living in Dharamsala, home of the Dalai Lama.
Parents in India desperate for sons have been taking advantage of advances in medical technology and liberal abortion laws to ensure they don't have daughters. Shreyasi Singh looks at the reasons behind the dramatic distortions in the country's sex ratio.
The Diplomat's Pakistan correspondent, Mustafa Qadri, meets refugees from the conflict in Pakistan's Swat Valley and finds anger, trepidation and hope as they return home after this summer's counter-Taliban military offensive.
In this country they assume you're an enemy right off the bat," the elderly Polish-American tourist said as our ancient Soviet airplane descended into the North Korean capital of Pyongyang on the regular Air Koryo flight from the northern Chinese city of Shenyang.