Burma’s Exchange Rate Problem
Attention on Burma’s reforms has focused on democracy. But the mundane issue of exchange rates may be key.
India’s Censorship Struggle
Indian officials are getting increasingly heavy handed with their censorship of the internet and TV.
Time to Cut Tactical Nukes?
Barack Obama may hope for deeper nuclear arms cuts. But with an eye on China, Russia is unlikely to oblige.
All Eyes on Michigan
Mitt Romney and Rick Santorum are locked in a tight race in the Michigan primary. Expect a late night.
Why U.S., China Destined to Clash
Forty years after Nixon’s extraordinary visit to China, a clash of political systems exists that not even shared economic interests can mask.
Bali's Dark Side
A riot in Bali’s notorious Kerobokan prison highlights the darker side of the island’s tourism success story.
Pakistan’s War Against “Miscreants”
It’s becoming increasingly clear that Pakistan’s sweeping legislation for the troubled border areas is too broad – and only likely to fuel the discontent it is meant to quell.
Outspoken on Afghanistan
As U.S. presidential candidates discuss Afghan policy, a new report has some sensible insights into conflict.