At Bangkok meeting, they cheer support for needle exchanges but urge further steps toward 'harm reduction.'
Tens of thousands of civilians fled Monday as the government breached rebels' defensive wall.
Readers write about the US ban on assault weapons, carbon taxes, the "tea party" protests, and why the US should maintain its current policy toward Taiwan.
As America became distracted by the war on terror after 9/11, the region sought other partners.
Attack on Sondhi Limthongkul could further weaken the economy and strengthen hard-liners
The prime minister Friday extended the state of emergency he declared last week after rival protesters descended on the capital.
Secretary Clinton vows action, and seeks an international effort against the Somali pirates
In London, the business capital of the world's maritime industry, firms shape decisions on arming ships and negotiating with pirates.
In vowing to restart its nuclear-weapons program, the pariah nation could be trying to win concessions from the US or it could be setting out a new strategy.