Asia’s Airports Soar
Judging by recent rankings, airport operators in the West might have a thing or two to learn from their Asian cousins.
Pentagon Turns Eyes Toward Asia
The new US military strategy underscores the challenge of a rising China. But there’s more to the plans than just more hardware spending.
South Korea’s Shifting Politics
Younger generations of South Koreans are more pragmatic than their elders, especially over the US alliance, says Woo Jung-Yeop.
Gloss Comes Off Mumbai
A recent trip to Mumbai is a reminder of the challenges that India’s financial capital is now facing.
Way Out for Japan's Whaling?
Does the excuse afforded by Sea Shepherd harrying give Japan a way of backing out of its whaling activities?
Is China Planning String of Pearls?
Does China have an Indian Ocean ‘String of Pearls’ strategy? Policymakers are likely keeping options open.