The United Nations has played a central role in galvanizing international expertise on climate change and providing a forum for concerted action.
The impact of climate change on Asia will be far-reaching and significant, and vary depending on where you live. Climate scientist Louis Lebel dissects the best available assessments and outlines the scenarios,.
Time is running out to address global warming. Yet many Asian countries, including those likely to be hardest hit, are only just beginning to discuss strategies. Christine Loh and Simon Tay outline the key issues from an Asian perspective.
After the US-led invasion and occupation of Iraq in March 2003, the Asia threat landscape changed dramatically.
A chorus of “terrorist experts” immediately chimed in with the standard refrain that has accompanied incidents of Islamist terrorist violence since the September 11, 2001 attacks on the US.
Political and economic relations between Russia and China have grown warmer in recent years, with the two countries cooperation and supporting each other across a wide range of areas.
Australian academic Stephen Quinn looks at how some Asian media companies are embracing the concept, and boosting their businesses.
The leaders of North and South Korea recently held their second summit. The first was held in 2000. Political scientist and Global Asia Editor-in-Chief Chung-in Moon attended both gatherings as a special delegate. He provides a detailed analysis of why th
The idea of greater Asian monetary integration has proven to be an alluring goal for regional policy makers. There are plenty of reasons to go slow though, argues Barry Eichengreen.
Corporate social responsibility used to be seen as a Western concept. That's no longer true, argue consultants Aron Cramer and Jeremy Prepscius.
Journalist and Asia Society Fellow Sadanand Dhume looks at what arguments Asia's relationship to Islam poses.