A Reporter's Life in Asia
A veteran journalist’s account of reporting from Southeast Asia offers a refreshing and honest account of the region.
Japan Nuclear Crisis Latest
Efforts continue to avoid a meltdown at the earthquake-hit Fukushima nuclear plant as France evacuates its citizens.
The Idea of Pakistan
The assassinations of two liberal politicians reflects the threat to the ‘idea’ of Pakistan. But India also has radicals.
Crisis May Scuttle Japan Fighter
Will the earthquake and tsunami, and the resulting economic pain, scuttle plans for the Shinshin stealthy fighter?
End of the Nuclear Renaissance?
Has the crisis at the Fukushima nuclear power plant killed off the chance of a nuclear renaissance?
Is China Fit for Policing Job?
Should the US embrace the idea of China and its navy policing the South China Sea and elsewhere?
India’s Quiet Counter-China Strategy
While publicly worrying over a Chinese ‘String of Pearls’ strategy, Indian military planners have been quietly boosting alliances in Asia.