Hezbollah Behind Israel Blasts?
Some believe Hezbollah was behind this week’s bomb attack in New Delhi. India’s police must find out quickly.
Russia Does its Own Pivot
Russia is increasingly paying attention to developments in Asia. But are positions on Iran and Syria hurting it?
Does India Need U.K. Aid?
Some Indians scoff at the idea of needing British aid. But India’s economic success is leaving many behind.
Is Linsanity Premature?
U.S. basketball fans are going crazy over Jeremy Lin. Can the New York Knicks star live up to the hype?
Time for a Kurils Deal?
The Kuril Islands have long complicated ties between Japan and Russia. A deal is in both nations’ interests.
China, Russia in Risky Syrian Game
Chinese and Russian vetoes over condemning Syria have infuriated Western capitals. But the reasons for them are more complex than some realize.
Thailand's Human Rights Crisis
The exploitation of lèse-majesté laws for political gain are undermining human rights in Thailand. Violence is looming.
Singapore Eyes U.S. Balance
As China rises, Singapore indicates it’s determined that the U.S. should have a strong role in Southeast Asia.
Xi Jinping Arrives in U.S.
Xi Jinping, expected to succeed Hu Jintao as Chinese president, has arrived in the U.S. for key meetings.
Why Jeremy Lin Matters
How Taiwanese-American basketball star Jeremy Lin could transform stereotypes of Asian-Americans.