U.S. Senator Jim Webb announces a visit to Burma, as officials reassess policy toward the isolated Southeast Asian country.
A Burmese court delays the verdict against opposition leader Aung San Suu Kyi, amid mounting international criticism.
A rare glimpse of the lower ranks of Burma’s military, seen through the eyes of an active-duty sergeant.
A publisher is jailed after his newspaper reports on alleged official corruption in Cambodia.
A report details a secret visit to North Korea by a high-level Burmese delegation last year. Pictures were taken showing military sites and signing ceremonies.
The editor of a Cambodian opposition newspaper is convicted in absentia over articles accusing officials of corruption.
No longer on a U.S. blacklist, Cambodia could see bilateral trade ties expand.
North Korea and Burma may have bartered goods for tunnel engineering.
Hard times are abetting the massive global slave trade, according to a new U.S. report on human trafficking.
Women and children belonging to the Karen ethnic insurgent group flee a Burmese military assault in the largest exodus in years.
Poor women die in childbirth every day in Cambodia, but who's to blame?
Bangladesh prods Burma over its treatment of a Muslim minority group.
The U.S. commander in chief makes a blunt appeal to Burma's ruling junta: Let her go.
After an international outcry, Burma's ruling generals let diplomats and a handful of reporters into a high-profile trial.
The trial has begun for a pro-democracy leader in Burma accused of violating the terms of her house arrest, amid calls for her release by local activists and global leaders.
Burma's opposition leader, on trial for breaking the terms of her house arrest, has denied any wrongdoing, amid an international outcry over her prosecution.
U.S. officials call for medical access to a Burmese opposition leader who is ill and under house arrest.
In the second installment of an interview, a Burmese migrant describes abuses suffered by himself and other Burmese at the hands of a human trafficking gang.
A Burmese man describes how he was forced to beat other illegal workers by a Malaysian trafficking gang to buy his own freedom.
A new report prompts Malaysia to investigate persistent allegations that Burmese migrants have suffered gravely, while traffickers act with impunity.
The Burmese junta tortures 'a lot' of its critics, says a senior U.N. official, who also says he expects human rights monitoring to increase.
Known for their sidesplitting, irreverent comedy, Burma's Moustache Brothers have found a way around the ban that keeps them from performing in public.
A Muslim minority group unrecognized by Burma's military regime has sparked a diplomatic flurry, as they take to the high seas to escape persecution.
Cambodians don't trust their own legal system, and corruption allegations in a high-profile Khmer Rouge trial don't help.
A French scholar takes the stand in Cambodia, becoming the first witness in a landmark trial of ex-Khmer Rouge leaders.
Frustration in the U.S. Senate over ineffective sanctions prompts a new look at Burma policy.
Producers of laphet, a ceremonial dish of pickled green tea leaves, say they are scrambling to recall their products after reports of contamination by textile dyes.
Cambodia’s international tribunal for top Khmer Rouge officials hears arguments over whether to move the one defendant who has voiced remorse to a site away from the others.
The former commandant of an infamous Khmer Rouge torture camp addresses the court and the country.
In the run-up to Burma's first elections in 20 years, the junta is urging loyal businessmen to stand as candidates.