Vietnam: 40 Years Later
Southeast Asia
Vietnam: 40 Years Later
Forty years after the war, it is the ideals of the former South Vietnam that appear ascendant.
Vietnam: 40 Years Later
Tragedy in Nepal
South Asia
Tragedy in Nepal
As the death toll from the earthquake rises, survivors struggle to put their lives back together.
Tragedy in Nepal
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
Southeast Asia
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
Weary from conflict, the people of Kachin take the time to welcome the Burmese New Year.
Thingyan: A New Year for a Troubled State
A Kyrgyz Family in the Islamic State
Central Asia
A Kyrgyz Family in the Islamic State
A family leaves home in Kyrgyzstan to join the Islamic State. Tragedy ensues.
A Kyrgyz Family in the Islamic State
Family Planning, Chinese Style
East Asia
Family Planning, Chinese Style
Should the decision to relax the one-child policy be seen as a welcome, humane reform?
Family Planning, Chinese Style
Addressing Nepal’s Water Crisis
South Asia
Addressing Nepal’s Water Crisis
Although many communities still struggle, Nepal is making real progress on providing access to water.
Addressing Nepal’s Water Crisis
Water Wars: China, India and the Great Dam Rush
South Asia
Water Wars: China, India and the Great Dam Rush
The construction of dams on major rivers has serious implications for millions living downstream.
Water Wars: China, India and the Great Dam Rush
A Celebration in Northeast India
March 27, 2015
A Celebration in Northeast India
The Doul Utsav (Holi) festival in Assam is a vigorous affair.
A Celebration in Northeast India
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
Southeast Asia
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
The stories of the refugees who have crossed the Bay of Bengal and Andaman Sea are harrowing.
Refugees: Inferno in the Bay of Bengal
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
Oceania
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
With a little support, Cuban-educated doctors could change the face of health care in Solomon Islands and elsewhere.
A Rare Opportunity for Pacific Islands Health Care
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
Southeast Asia
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
Every year, Indonesians flock abroad dreaming of opportunity. For many, the reality is harsh.
Indonesia’s Migrant Workers: Dreams and Tears
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
South Asia
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
Pakistan is trying to combat terrorist organizations online, with mixed results.
Fighting Terrorism on Social Media
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
East Asia
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
Amid stagnating wages and a brain drain, deprivation of daylight is ruining the eyes of Taiwan’s children.
The Problem With Taiwanese Eyes
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
East Asia
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
The country is welcoming Muslim tourists from Southeast Asia, but worries about the threat of terrorism.
Japan to ASEAN: Tourists Yes, Terrorists No
China’s Hidden Children
East Asia
China’s Hidden Children
The country’s one-child policy has created an astonishing number of unregistered children.
China’s Hidden Children
<i>Silk Road Reporters</i>: An Independent News Site for Central Asia?
Central Asia
Silk Road Reporters: An Independent News Site for Central Asia?
Why a new site covering Central Asia might not be all that it seems.
Silk Road Reporters: An Independent News Site for Central Asia?
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