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An excerpt from Abby Seiff's book Troubling the Water: A Dying Lake and a Vanishing World in Cambodia, with photographs by Roun Ry
While the World Cup host faces a flurry of criticism, Maryam Alsubaiey explains why she remains cautiously optimistic about the potential for lasting positive change in her home country.
As Sri Lanka has lurched from crisis to crisis, lasting improvement has been hard to come by. But with increasing talk of systemic change, the drama of 2022 could prove a turning point.
As Tokyo hosted the 2020 Olympics — a year late — a journalist found Asia's largest city shrouded in eerie calm.
New Zealand's exemplary response to COVID-19 nonetheless revealed a society still struggling with inequality.
Why measuring the impact of COVID-19 in Afghanistan is so difficult.
In a year when COVID-19 triggered shutdowns nearly everywhere, life in Taiwan proceeded almost normally. How'd they do it?
South Korea's impressive numbers belie a more complicated reality.
Trips to Pyongyang tell one story; meetings with defectors, another.
A journalist peers inside Pakistan-administered Jammu and Kashmir.