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American, (R), and Canadian soldiers walk near the Afghan-Pakistan border crossing in support of Operation Mountain Thrust on June 19, 2006 at Spin Boldak, Afghanistan. (Photo by John Moore/Getty Images)
Securing the Afghanistan-Pakistan Border
Experts say continuing conflict is due to 'ineffective use of resources.' more
MUMBAI, INDIA - NOVEMBER 30: Mumbai residents walk with candles in the street near The Oberoi Hotel during a demonstration against the recent terror attacks in the city. (Uriel Sinai/Getty Images)
After Mumbai, An End to Complacency?
Journalist, author, and Asia Society Fellow M.J. Akbar on the aftermath of the Mumbai attacks. more
ABC News anchor Bob Woodruff (L) with South Korean Prime Minister Han Seung-soo (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society).
A Common Future for the Korean Peninsula
Prime Minister of the Republic of Korea, Han Seung-soo, presents his vision for common prosperity on the Korean peninsula. more
Hamid Karzai Afghan President Hamid Karzai addresses the Asia Society in New York on September 23, 2008. (Elsa Ruiz/Asia Society)
Karzai Says War on Terrorism Must Have Regional Focus
Speaking at the Asia Society, the Afghan leader says he sees "a ray of hope" in Pakistan after Zardari's election. more
This undated picture, released from Korean Central News Agency on June 11, 2008, shows North Korean leader Kim Jong Il (L) inspecting Korean People's Army unit 958 at an undisclosed location. (STR/AFP/Getty Images)
Where in the World is Kim Jong Il?
With reports and speculation running rampant on the whereabouts and health of North Korean leader Kim Jong Il, "Korea-watchers" are grappling with how to get to the bottom of what's really going on. more
Drug store in Indonesia. (jogales/Flickr)
West Papua: A Grassroots Perspective on Micro-enterprise Development and Civic Participation
A look at how the Trickle Up program is having a positive impact on West Papuans. more
New Ways of Speaking, and Thinking, About Asia
Arif Dirlik: 'The enhanced global visibility of peoples of Asian descent suggests that there is no outer boundary to the notion of Asia.' more