The 21st century's defining battleground is going to be on water.
Why isn't the U.N. tribunal to prosecute genocidal Khmer Rouge war criminals going after more bad guys?
Thirty-two years after the fall of the brutal Khmer Rouge regime, Cambodia finally confronts its horrific past.
The U.S. can't risk overplaying its hand in China's disputes with its neighbors.
When it comes to bringing electricity to the developing world, small is beautiful.
The secret WikiLeaks cables that explain how Thailand went from paradise to political mayhem.
Pakistan's former head of Inter-Services Intelligence discusses 9/11, bin Laden and Pakistani security.
The superpower battle for regional supremacy in the South China Sea is heating up once again.
How a World Bank program helped displace tens of thousands of urban poor.
In an age of globe-trotting American college kids, ubiquitous Internet access, and cell phone networks that reach even sub-Saharan cattle herders, does the world still need the Peace Corps?
Can the Pentagon afford to protect its orbital interests?
How the United States could end up paying even more for an anti-American Egypt.
An exclusive look inside a booming multibillion-dollar, evangelical, global Thai cult.
How a notorious Malaysian wildlife smuggler was brought to justice -- and what it tells us about stopping the world's most profitable black market.
Ten events and trends that were overlooked this year, but may be leading the headlines in 2011.
The G-20 summit failed to solve the international currency war -- and it may soon be escalating.
Why this Southeast Asian country is Obama's best hope for relations with the Muslim world.
In snatching up the country's wealth for themselves, the ruling junta's rapacious generals may actually be opening the door for democracy. And, ironically, China may be the reformers' greatest ally.
What Barack Obama should tell the world in his Asia speech.
It's the growing risk of ethnic violence the world should worry about.
Washington may have just gotten a lot less friendly for the president, but he still has plenty of fans in Asia. A look at where he's going, who he's meeting, and what it means.
On the 20th anniversary of the world's most in-depth country ranking, the U.N. Human Development Index finds that global progress is largely on track. But those left behind are more numerous than ever.
The Indian Ocean is our future: An exclusive FP photo essay and interview with the author of Monsoon.