Concentric lines of a massive building create hypnotic patterns in Singapore on March 12, 2015. (Jiew Peng Lim/Flickr)
In a new Foreign Policy article, Asia Society Senior Advisor Hassan Abbas asks tough questions about privately run police forces in perennially strife-torn locations.
A profile in this week's New Yorker depicts how Xi Jinping sprang from a revolutionary pedigree and went from a series of unremarkable government posts to becoming a bold hardline president.
A welder is hard at work amidst the richness of colors in Chennai, India on March 10, 2015. (Ramesh SA/Flickr)
“We welcome China having a significant role in the global economic and financial architecture," Jacob Lew said at Asia Society Northern California in San Francisco.
The author of Escape from Camp 14 addresses recent revelations that the North Korean defector depicted in his book lied about some details of his story.
Waves of white sand embody the wonders of nature in Bohol, the Philippines on March 9, 2015. (Ilya/Flickr)
In his new project Collision Yangon, lensman Andrew Rowat captures Myanmar's transition through its now-vulnerable architectural heritage.
A toddler looks up at a vibrantly painted mural in Dhaka, Bangladesh on March 10, 2015. (Zamil Ul Hasan/Flickr)
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