Daniel Russel discusses how the 45th president has managed Asia policy since taking office and previews Trump's upcoming trip to the continent.
Ali Dayan Hasan of Human Rights Watch persists in holding Pakistan's ISI to account.
After weeks of allowing public protests against China, Hanoi mounts a crackdown -- but is it too late?
Naoto Kan's resignation will bring Japan its sixth Prime Minister in five years.
Will the Gandhian activist succeed in creating a politically engaged middle class?
For historian Ayesha Jalal, Pakistan's present woes are inseparable from the trauma of its birth.
An Islamabad rapper sees himself as representing the lighter side of Pakistan.
Against all odds, Alia Amirali is determined to revitalize Pakistan's political left.
Bernard Schwartz Fellow Philip Shishkin discusses Kyrgyzstan's democratic experiment and its chances for success.
This week, Vice President Biden travels to China to face his creditors. He is hoping to calm unease over the United States' much-criticized debt-ceiling deal and an upcoming decision on arms sales to Taiwan.
Allegations that China is behind massive computer hacking operations should be no surprise, argues Jamie Metzl. (Views expressed are those personally held by the author.)