Dracula fish: Some 145 new species discovered in Southeast Asia's Mekong River last year are highlighted in a new WWF International report.
10/08/2010 12:57 pm
Using trade as a tool for market advantage or as a substitute for war has its limits. China went too far in cutting exports of rare-earth minerals to Japan. Will the US go too far in punishing China on currency manipulation?
09/29/2010 06:44 pm
The Por Meas Pagoda, far from Cambodia's electric grid, is among the country's growing number of solar power producers.
09/24/2010 10:49 am
Blocking debate on Vietnam’s rights record represents a break from Thailand’s tolerant tradition. Bangkok has been seen as more open to critical debate on regional affairs than more authoritarian countries like Vietnam.
09/13/2010 02:28 pm
Angelina Jolie, a veteran of humanitarian work, has traveled to more than 20 countries. Pakistan’s crisis was greater in scope than any she had ever witnessed, Angelina Jolie said.
09/08/2010 02:07 pm
Leaders from Iran and Cambodia met this month in their most senior exchange to date. Some say it is a sign that Iran sanctions are pushing Tehran to develop new trade partners.
08/26/2010 04:51 pm
Photos of the Day Photos of the Day 08/18
Despite fresh UN sanctions on Iran, China beefs up trade and investment. Does it know something the US doesn't about Israel's intentions to stop Iran's nuclear program?
08/06/2010 02:58 pm
Will the conviction of Khmer Rouge torture chief 'Duch' be the beginning of justice for 1970s war crimes? A documentary that premiers today in New York City argues it could be.
07/30/2010 04:19 pm
Editorial Board Blog In the verdict against Khmer Rouge jailer Duch, who and what really got convicted
Cambodia got a bit of justice with the conviction of Khmer Rouge torture-chief Duch. But it was the ruthless, utopian mentality of communists that was really on trial. No wonder Prime Minister Hun Sen wants to limit future trials.
07/27/2010 02:22 pm