China and Korea are furious with their neighbor. Their current approach won't get results.
Pakistan's new prime minister won't fix the economy and is constrained on foreign policy.
A detente with India serves U.S. interests, even if Islamabad and Washington drift further apart in the process.
Pakistan's democratic milestone needs to be followed up by getting control of the national-security state.
Pakistan's new man on top inherits a country wracked by crisis.
Israeli-Palestinian peace ought to move from a quartet to a European-Chinese duet.
The United States and South Korea are too close for either's good.
South Korea's new president will break with the hard-line approach of Lee Myung-bak.
A study suggests China isn't getting pushier—the common perception was wrong.
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