"I don't want to write things that everybody agrees on," says the author of a controversial Mao biography and a revisionist new book on the Empress Dowager Cixi.
Meet the key figure behind official U.S. acknowledgment of the injustice done to Japanese Americans in WWII.
The former chairman of the South Korean Joint Chiefs of Staff talks to Asia Society Korea Center about the latest political tensions on the peninsula.
Twelve Irish veterans of the Korean War recently returned to South Korea 60 years after the war's end.
As protestors in Bangladesh continue to rally for capital punishment of a 1971 Liberation War criminal, the Jamaat-e-Islami party retaliates by slaying an activist of the Shahbag Protest in Dhaka.
After a week of protests in Bangladesh demanding the death of a 1971 war criminal, we take a look at the history that motivates thousands of people to demand capital punishment.
Indian public intellectual Ashis Nandy faced a police inquiry into his remarks about caste and corruption — but his isn't an isolated case.
Pakistani-American multimedia journalist Nushmia Khan gets poignant images of a small, sometimes embattled religious minority.
Asia Society Senior Advisor Hassan Abbas says Pakistan's election slated for later this year is crucial for the country's progress, though many in Pakistan are skeptical.
Asia Society Associate Fellow Jeffrey Wasserstrom interviews 'Autumn in the Heavenly Kingdom' author Stephen R. Platt.