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Interview: 'Brave Women Made Our Work Possible,' Says WSJ South Asia Bureau Chief

In response to the recent gang-rape and death of two teenage girls in the state of Uttar Pradesh, activists shout slogans in front of Uttar Pradesh Bhawan in New Delhi on May 31, 2014. (Raveendran/AFP/Getty Images)
Current Affairs

"For women in villages, traditional codes of conduct can still trump the laws of the state," says Osborn Elliott Prize finalist Gordon Fairclough of the Wall Street Journal.

NYT on Iran Modern: 'Invaluable,' 'Stimulating,' 'Terrifically Good-Looking'

Siah Armajani. Ledge (1), 1970. Felt pen on graph paper. Unframed: 17 5/8 x 22 1/4 in. Collection of Beam Contemporary Art, New York and London, courtesy of the artist.
Arts

New Asia Society Museum exhibition of Iranian art receives rave review from the New York Times' Holland Cotter.

Interview: 'You Do Not Have to Be in China to Be Hacked'

(Simon Lesley/Flickr)
Business

Dane Chamorro, Asia-Pacific director for global risk analysis at the independent consultancy Control Risks, explains why businesses need to "do their homework" — and why some cyberattacks are inevitable.

Watch: China's Bo Xilai Scandal in Less Than 18 Minutes

Screen capture from the Wall Street Journal's new documentary 'Bo Xilai: Inside the Scandal.' (WSJ.com)
Multimedia

The Wall Street Journal takes a look back at the rise and fall of Bo Xilai with a short documentary by Josh Chin. 

Grads: Get 'Globally Competent,' Get a Job

Pedestrians crossing the street in the Central Business District of Hong Kong in October 2008. (Mike Clarke/AFP/Getty Images)
Education

Whether you are eight, 18 or 28, it's clear: global competence can open up new job opportunities for you.

Sneak Peek: The Revolutionary Chinese Ink Paintings of Wu Guanzhong

Arts

View 10 images from the new Asia Society Museum exhibition, recently featured in The Wall Street Journal and The New York Times.

Metzl: China's Hacking Campaign a Threat to World Order

A Chinese youth uses a computer in an internet cafe in Chongqing, China. (China Photos/Getty Images)
Policy

Allegations that China is behind massive computer hacking operations should be no surprise, argues Jamie Metzl. (Views expressed are those personally held by the author.)