Rising tensions on the peninsula, combined with the slow-yet-sure expansion of the North’s nuclear capabilities risk a return to the war that has been on hold for over 60 years.
The closing of the Kaesong Industrial Complex marks what could be a hardline shift in South Korea’s policy toward its northern neighbor.
The Western narrative depicts such attacks as Kunming as the result of China’s own flawed ethnic-minority policies.
Yuichiro Kakutani speaks with international relations expert Peter Katzenstein about the state and future of Japanese security.
Regime survival is what drives North Korea’s seemingly irrational behavior – and the rest of the world would do well to take notice.
Is China abandoning economic reform for good?
This year’s International Army Game was less of an exercise and more of a who’s who of the world’s best armies. Who won? Depends whom you ask.
The evidence is clear. The Chinese economic powerhouse is slowing down. Who will step in to fill the void?
Conna Walsh considers the challenges facing Beijing in anticipation of the upcoming APEC summit, and projects an increase in economic cooperation, despite ongoing territorial conflict in the region.