Chinese state media slam Philippine President over remarks that compared Beijing’s claims in the South China Sea to demands for land made by Nazi Germany.
Western countries denounce Vietnam’s jailing of bloggers and curbs on the Internet, calling on its Communist government to respect basic freedoms of worship and expression.
Beijing is taking steps to improve air quality but New Delhi hasn’t done much to tackle the problem, largely because there’s been little public outcry.
Concern that the United States may one day be unable or unwilling to defend Japan is driving a push by the latter for greater militarization.
Thailand’s central bank warns of “substantially increased” risk to economic growth after the weekend’s disrupted general election did nothing to restore political stability.
Tensions between the United States and the South Asian nation have risen after an American official backed a third UN resolution over war crimes allegations.
Indonesia’s Mining Minister failed to stop his ill-conceived policy of ending exports of unprocessed ores, a move that caused the mining industry to shut down.
Access to the Internet is highly restricted by a regime that keeps its people in the dark about the outside world, but some North Koreans use a local Intranet called “Bright.”
Thailand’s opposition Democrat Party challenges the weekend’s disputed ballot in court as the Election Commission probes possible campaigning irregularities.
After blocking voting across parts of Bangkok and much of the anti-government south of Thailand, the opposition-backed protest movement is marching again.
US President Barack Obama’s Asia policy takes a hit, and it comes from a member of his own party.
China doesn’t feel threatened by Southeast Asian countries, the Foreign Ministry says, warning Japan not to “spread rumors” it plans a new air defense zone.
Protesters force thousands of polling booths to close in Bangkok and the south, and efforts are already underway to nullify the polls.
Several of India’s most popular car models crumpled in independent crash tests in ways that would likely lead to fatality or serious injury.
As the country prepares to go to the polls on Sunday, opponents of the current government have put the electoral process itself in their sights
Thai officials beg permission from anti-government demonstrators to let them into their offices, while public services have come to a halt during weeks of protest.
Anti-corruption crusader Arvind Kejriwal has shaken up India’s political landscape but is scrambling to dispel fears that his rabble-rousing populism could be a liability.
Chinese are reluctant to open their wallets amid rising living costs, but the country’s Communist Party leaders are trying to move away from an investment-led economy.
North Korea again voices increasingly shrill opposition to annual joint drills between the United States and South Korea, potentially raising tensions on the Korean Peninsula.
Malaysia’s navy chief has denied a report that three Chinese navy ships patrolled an area claimed by the Southeast Asian country.