From Afghanistan to Indonesia, with a detour into World Cup soccer, Asia Society's Tom Nagorski tries his hand at prognosticating for 2014.
Historian Odd Arne Westad says China's leaders see the country as a regional power and ought to develop a more cooperative relationship with Southeast Asia.
An ornate door knocker adorns a red door at Shanghai's City God Temple in China on November 30, 2013. (Tahiat Mahboob)
A year ago, Asia Society Executive Vice President Tom Nagorski offered his predictions on Asia for the year ahead. How many of them came true?
Who will follow in the footsteps of 2011 winner Aung San Suu Kyi and 2012 winner Imran Khan and take the honor for 2013? That's totally up to you.
A bike rests against a famous art mural by Ernest Zacharevic in Georgetown, Penang, Malaysia on December 1, 2013. (Etienne Girardet/Flickr)
Shanghai's world-leading education system results from unremitting education reform during the past decades, not from cheating, writes Zhang Mingxuan.
Asia Society's Matthew Stumpf says North Korea finds itself in an ever-more precarious international situation after a disastrous series of decisions in 2013.
An intricate pagoda faces a white bridge in Singapore on December 14, 2013. (Pawandeep Singh/Flickr)