Why Singapore and Malaysia Are Locking Horns Again
What We Learned About ‘The Quad,’ a Renewed Bid to Check China
Southeast Asian countries have long sought to balance world’s major powers to avoid getting caught like Vietnam War.
U.S.-Backed `Quad' Quietly Gains Steam as Way to Balance China
Asian leaders were all set to kick off regional meetings in Singapore on Wednesday.
Pence Rips Japan on Trade While Hailing Alliance: Summit Update
China-Backed Asia Trade Deal Pushed Back to 2019 Amid Delays
Recording seen by intelligence officers as one of the strongest evidence linking power behind Saudi throne to murder, WSJ said.
Bolton Says Iran Will Be Squeezed ‘Until the Pips Squeak'
Facebook Admits Platform Used to Incite Hate Attacks in Myanmar
A Social Weather Stations poll showed that 52% of Filipino families now consider themselves poor, 10 points higher than in March.
The campaign comes after last month’s landmark ruling in India decriminalizing homosexuality.
The poll of more than 26,000 people found that opinions of Trump continued to fall among some of U.S.’s closest allies.
Asean Foreign Ministers Urge Prosecution Over Myanmar Atrocities
As a trade war heats up between the U.S. and China, military tensions are also rising.
Thai Junta Throws Money at Poor Northeast in Bid to Stop Thaksin
China refused a U.S. warship entry to Hong Kong, days after Washington sanctioned the Chinese military for buying Russian weapons
Singapore Set to Tackle Spread of Fake News With New Laws
Mahathir's Attacks on Foreign Projects Spook Malaysia Investors
Suu Kyi Defends Prison Terms for Reuters Journalists in Myanmar
Thailand has had about a dozen military takeovers since 1932.