In this inaugural episode of Asia Inside Out, Asia Society Policy Institute's Lindsey Ford speaks with Rob York and Jean Lee to dig into North Korea's dynastic family.
The incumbent Labor Party—under the nation's first-ever female Prime Minister, Julia Gillard—is forming a minority government.
Hassan Abbas speaks to Bloomberg about the recent flooding in Pakistan.
The interdependent nature of the US and Asian markets is the subject of Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Fellow Simon Tay's new book Asia Alone: The Dangerous Post-Crisis Divide from America
North Korean leader Kim Jong-il is visiting China today with his son, who is also Kim's suspected heir, South Korean officials said.
Pakistan's problems are not just limited to flood relief at the moment.
With Afghanistan's upcoming parliamentary elections, the government will be watched closely for signs of reform.
Disgruntled ex-police inspector hijacked tourist bus in Manila, leaving eight (including himself) dead.
Former President Jimmy Carter will leave today for North Korea in hopes of freeing an American man imprisoned in a North Korean jail.
Beijing plans to invest billions of dollars over the next few years in developing electric and hybrid vehicles.