President Obama's endorsement for including India on the UN Security Council was a nice low-cost move.
U.S. assistance to Pakistan may be doing more harm than good.
President Obama tiptoes between India and Pakistan.
Why the United States can't take its eyes off Yemen.
President Obama's trip to Asia won't be easy.
Hillary Clinton has once again waded into controversy between Beijing and Tokyo.
The trial of Anwar Ibrahim threatens to tear apart Malaysia's much-needed opposition movement.
The blunderbuss approach to U.S.-China economic relations makes no sense.
Washington should step back and drop the issue in the laps of North Korea's neighbors.
Will China seek revenge for its century of humiliation at the hands of the West?
Angry protests and brutal crackdowns are nothing new to Kashmir. Neither is the intrigue between India and Pakistan. What has changed is Kashmiris' renunciation of violence—and a reawakened desire for autonomy.
Surprise, Russia and China want their own spheres of influence. Condi Rice couldn't have been more wrong—the age of great-power politics is far from over.
China's next leadership change will likely be peaceful, but don't be surprised if it's not—and don't expect any major liberal reforms.
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