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A boy who gave his name as Jeeshan stands outside his tent in a camp set up by the Pakistani army inside a college on the outskirts of Nowshera on August 2, 2010. (Behrouz Mehri/AFP/Getty Images)

Pakistan Paralyzed

Ongoing torrential rains have caused northwest Pakistan to drown. more

Do China's Surveillance Systems Cross the Line?

China is using over seven million surveillance cameras to monitor streets, businesses, hotels, schools, and even religious sites. more
Red shirt protestors use a sling shot to launch a firecracker at Thai security forces from inside their encampment on May 13, 2010 in Bangkok. (Athit Perawongmetha/Getty Images)

Thailand's Capital Still Under Emergency Rule

Duncan McCargo on Thailand's two conflicts. more

Has President Obama Failed in Burma?

Paulo Sergio Pinheiro, a member of the Asia Society's Task Force on U.S. Policy toward Burma/Myanmar, urges President Obama in a Washington Post op-ed to follow through on his commitment to reengage Burma. more
Philippine boxing hero and now congressman Manny Pacquiao speaks to members of the media during an orientation seminar at the House of Representatives in Manila on July 8, 2010. (Ted Aljibe/AFP/Getty Images)

Manny Pacquiao Goes for Gold in Congressional Speech

Manny Pacquiao wants to improve the quality of life in the poor southern province of Sarangani. Second, he wants the country to win their first gold medal in the Olympics. more
US soldiers patrol in the Dand district of Kandahar Province on July 26, 2010, a day after leaked documents laid bare the civilian toll of the US-led war. (Manpreet Romana/AFP/Getty Images)

WikiLeaks and Afghanistan: The Fallout Continues

The United States war effort in Afghanistan was roiled over the weekend by the WikiLeaks release of 75,000 official military documents pertaining to the war. more
Khmer Rouge survivors watch the courtroom proceedings as the verdict is being announced at a screening outside the courthouse July 26, 2010 in Phnom Penh province. (Paula Bronstein/Getty Images).

Khmer Rouge Sentence Not Enough for Cambodians

Khmer Rouge prison chief trial and sentencing anger Cambodians. more
Pakistani army Chief General Ashfaq Kayani takes his seat for the official oath-taking ceremony of new prime minister, Yusuf Raza Gillani, at the Presidency on March 25, 2008, in Islamabad, Pakistan. This month, Kayani has been granted a three-year extension as Army Chief by Gillani. (Photo Warrick Page/Getty Images)

General Kayani Stays

The extension of Pakistan's Army Chief raises hopes and questions about the nation's future. more
US Defense Secretary Robert Gates (L), US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton (2L), South Korean Foreign Minister Yu Myung-hwan (2R) and South Korean Defence Minister Kim Tae-young (R) stand together as they lay a wreath at the Korean War Memorial in Seoul on July 21, 2010. (Paul J. Richards/AFP/Getty Images)

US Imposes New Sanctions on North Korea

US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton announces new sanctions during trip to Seoul. more
An official adjusts Chinese and US flags during the US-China Strategic and Economic Dialogue, held July 27, 2009 in Washington, DC. (Jewel Samad/AFP/Getty Images)

US State Governments Look to China for Funds

China's investments in the US shot up a whopping 360 percent in the first half of this year compared to 2009, reports Asia Society Fellow Sheridan Prasso for Fortune. more