Russia sees an opportunity to sell Thailand military planes and other defense equipment as the two countries facing Western opprobrium seek to boost trade ties.
The death on March 31 of Pamela Gutman brings to an end the life of the first Australian scholar to complete a doctorate in Asian art and to do so in relation to Burma.
Nuclear-armed North Korea already has hundreds of ballistic missiles that can target its neighbors in Northeast Asia, US researchers warn.
US Secretary of Defense Ash Carter begins talks with his Japanese counterpart, attempting to demonstrate strengthened military ties amid China’s growing assertiveness in the region.
Four young men killed during a recent raid by government security forces in Thailand’s violence-plagued south were not insurgents, an investigating panel says.
India’s lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender community face persecution after the world’s largest democracy in December 2013 reinstated a colonial-era law banning gay sex.
Several challenges face the world’s biggest air travel market, where governments, regulators and airlines are struggling to keep up after a decade of astonishing growth.
One person died and 50 were arrested after some 2,000 police put down a protest by villagers against pollution from a chemical plant.
Khaleda Zia has been granted bail on graft charges after she appeared before a special court, a potential sign of easing tension in the country.
An Indonesian court will rule on an appeal against President Joko Widodo’s refusal of clemency for two Australian drug convicts who are facing execution by firing squad.
More than 300 fishermen were freed on Saturday, following a rescue from a remote Indonesian island that many believed would be their final resting place.
Three Indian soldiers were killed and four wounded in an attack by suspected separatist militants in the northeastern state of Arunachal Pradesh, which borders Burma.
Military aid strengthens China’s ties with Cambodia, seen as part of a push to extend regional influence, including in the disputed South China Sea.
North Korea expels the country director of Welthungerhilfe, one of the few foreign aid groups to operate in the isolated country, the German organization says.
Thailand’s military government has been condemned for invoking a law that gives the junta chief near-absolute authority without any accountability.
As India launches a plan to spread the information revolution to its provinces, the problems it faces are a holdover from the past.
Sri Lanka says China’s president has proposed three-party talks with India and Sri Lanka to clear any misgivings over its activities in the Indian Ocean.
US officials have made clear they are loath to see Shinzo Abe stir regional tensions with comments that critics could construe as whitewashing history.
Thailand’s PM said Tuesday he plans to lift martial law, but will invoke a special security measure that critics say is more draconian.
Five people from a Malaysian media group are accused of sedition after they published a news report concerning punishments meted out under Islamic law.