In the Asia-Pacific region, large-scale migration continues to be an upwardly trending phenomenon and, sadly, migrant vulnerability and exploitation is glaringly apparent, writes Andrew Billo.
December 30th by Andrew Billo |
Social media has been the single most important platform for the silent Pakistani majority to share its rejection of terrorism, writes Ayesha Haroon.
December 30th by Ayesha Haroon |
Credit is tightening, economic growth is moderating, and property prices are finally falling, yet Asia remains one of the few true growth regions of the world, writes Sheridan Prasso.
December 29th by Sheridan Prasso |
A severe gender imbalance will leave 40 million Chinese men without a bride, writes Alexandra Harney.
December 29th by Alexandra Harney |
Whatever you think of Thaksin Shinawatra, his refusal to return to Thailand has been destabilizing for the country, writes Duncan McCargo.
December 28th by Duncan McCargo |
The only useful outlet for the expression of popular concerns in China is the internet, says new media expert Hu Yong.
December 28th by Susan Jakes |
"As the smoke has cleared and the dust has settled, the situation appears depressingly normal," writes Bertil Lintner.
December 27th by Bertil Lintner |
A look back at 2011's "micro-disputes" in Southeast Asia may provide a glimpse into the types of spats the region will continue to face, writes Andrew Billo.
December 27th by Andrew Billo |
The stage is set for increased scrutiny around upcoming elections in Taiwan, the United States and South Korea, and a leadership transition scheduled to take place in China, writes Michael Kulma.
December 27th by Michael Kulma |
Understanding China's definition of its "core interests" is the key to its territorial disputes with several neighbors, writes Fudan University's Shen Dingli.
December 26th by Shen Dingli |