Foreign NGOs are struggling to adapt to a new legal environment under Xi Jinping.
With the upcoming UN General Assembly in New York, Sri Lanka's President Mahinada Rajapaksa and Foreign Minister G.L. Peiris are likely to face tough questions about the country's political reconciliation after decades of brutal civil war.
Yesterday, Bhutan announced that it is looking to triple its annual number of visitors from 30,000 since it first opened its doors in the 1970s to 100,000 by 2012.
On Thursday, US Secretary of Treasury Timothy Geithner expressed concern China is manipulating its currency.
In recent news relating to key US-Pakistan relations, declassification of important documents that detailed the alliance between the two countries in the immediate aftermath of the 9/11 tragedy have been hitting headlines lately.
Anti-Indian separatists in Kashmir are taking the streets to protest the Indian government's control over the region as skirmishes have left 66 civilians killed by Indian authorities since the protests first began in June.
With upcoming parliamentary elections set for Saturday, September 18, Asia Society Executive Vice President Jamie Metzl is doubtful the vote will stop conditions from deteriorating in the country.
Fatima Bhutto's discusses her critically acclaimed book, "Songs of Blood and Sword."
Is Obama is steering the country in the right direction at home and abroad?
Hassan Abbas, Asia Society Bernard Schwartz Fellow, explained that the Pakistani Taliban's attacks on Shiites would not weaken their campaign against the army or Nato.
President Obama plans to meet leaders of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations on the sidelines of this month's UN General Assembly session.