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White House visits this week from India’s Modi and South Korea’s Moon highlight the still unanswered question of whether Trump will have a policy to replace Obama’s Asia pivot.
Two artists, separated by generations and their experiences of their contested homeland, share an impetus to record a season of protest and violence.
Though the arms business is booming in France, it is doing so by selling to human-rights violators – drawing the ire of the UN. A separate leak of submarine data also has potential clients questioning France's reliability.
Earthquake recovery and building support for the new Constitution will occupy Prachanda's agenda. But a central issue is growing India-China rivalry in the small nation.
One group is making headway by helping former slaves demand enforcement of labor protection laws and social welfare entitlements that are often ignored.
Dal Lake is a lifeline for people who make their living as fishermen and guides for tourists – and a microcosm of the struggles of the India-controlled region.
Burhan Wani was killed by Indian troops on Friday. He had become popular among many Kashmiris as a new face of protest against India.
Part 9 of Who is 'Europe'?, a weekly series on how European natives and residents are responding to pressures from terrorism, migration, nationalism, and the 'European project.'
President Obama visits Vietnam and Japan this week. The US approach to security in the region is shifting as its friends in the region forge new ties among themselves.
A harsh winter, an energy blockade, and delays to $4 billion in foreign aid have taken a toll, nine months after an epic quake. Nepal's new government says help is on the way.
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