A dispute with China over the South China Sea could have “unforeseeable consequences” for “entire world,” Vietnam’s Prime Minister warns.
The US will devote more air power, ground troops and high-tech weaponry to the Asia-Pacific region as part of its strategic rebalance, Pentagon chief says.
A protest group, calling itself “Free My Internet”, is asking Singaporeans to rally in Hong Lim Park to demonstrate against new government restrictions on blogging.
Former leaders of Cambodia’s Khmer Rouge apologized to families of victims of the regime’s atrocities, bringing a rare emotional note to the UN-backed trial.
When President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping meet next week theywill search for the kind of personal chemistry that eluded their predecessors.
Rights groups demand that North Korea guarantees the safety of nine of its citizens who fled to Laos, only to be apprehended and sent back.
China’s security forces have extended their reach into Southeast Asia by uniting the countries along the Mekong River into a “war on drugs.”
An Italian photographer killed while covering the Thai military’s 2010 crackdown on anti-government protesters in Bangkok was shot by an army bullet, a judge says.
New international sanctions aimed at thwarting North Korea’s nuclear weapons program are having unintended consequences: halting money transfers by foreign humanitarian groups.
Chinese hackers stole blueprints for Australia’s new spy agency headquarters years ago and the breach has been dealt with since then, an opposition lawmaker says.
A wrecked navy transport ship perched on a remote coral reef could be the next flashpoint in the South China Sea.
Tens of thousands of women from Japan’s occupation of much of Asia share Kim Bok-dong’s story of sex slavery during World War II.
Thousands of troops search the forested stronghold of Maoist rebels in eastern India for those who ambushed a convoy of Congress party officials, killing 24.
At least 23 workers are hurt in Cambodia when police using stun batons move in to end a protest over pay at a factory there.
An upcoming summit with President Barack Obama comes at a “critical juncture” in relations between China and the United States, Chinese President Xi Jinping says.
For Chinese audiences, the extras mown down in a screen war that never ends are a powerful reminder of Japan’s brutal 14-year occupation.
As the Asia Pacific increases in prominence on the world stage in economic development, the need to resolve maritime disputes is becoming urgent.
At least 14 Philippine marines and Abu Sayyaf militants are killed in a clash in an offensive aimed at rescuing six foreign and Filipino hostages.
Indonesia’s elite anti-terrorism squad arrested two suspected militants, including a would-be suicide bomber, in connection with a plot to bomb the Burma Embassy.
China’s premier signs economic agreements and praises Pakistan in glowing terms, underscoring the importance of the longstanding alliance to the two Asian powers.