The discrimination against minority Rohingya Muslims is occurring in a region with the world’s biggest Muslim population.
The root causes of Rohingya statelessness have not been addressed and it is high time to do so.
Isaac Mao, who wrote China's first blog a decade ago, speaks about the social philosophy that underpins his work.
Markets search in vain for accurate economic indicators.
Lao officials stumble in their public relations drive to market the Xayaburi dam project.
Relations between the ruling Workers Party and the powerful military deteriorate amid a power scramble.
Growth lag could ease housing curbs.
The removal of a top military official points to jockeying for power, but not so much over policy, in the reclusive nation.
Experts weigh costs and risks.
The Southeast Asian group enters unchartered waters as it grapples with a dispute with Beijing over territorial claims in the South China Sea.
A former aide to an ousted top Chinese official writes about the confusion over the power structure under the Chinese Communist Party.
CNOOC claims may discourage development.
Three years after riots in Urumqi, China continues to tighten controls.
A report cites inflated power output numbers.
New pricing system targets high household use.
Trade growth defies expectations.
As violence rages in Rakhine state, will the Burmese government confront head-on the long-running issue of a stateless Muslim group?
Russian leader's Beijing visit fails to break impasse.
Cracks are appearing in China's 'Great Wall of Silence' surrounding the military assault of June 3-4, 1989.
New rules for private investment are due soon.
Defense ministers from China and the US visit Southeast Asia to flex their military muscle amid the festering South China Sea dispute.
A onetime Communist Party “corruption fighter” may now be part of China’s corruption problem.
The unprecedented self-immolations in Tibet's capital Lhasa highlight Beijing's difficulty in getting a handle on the Tibetan situation.
Political pressure may spur calls for faster growth.
Economists say expectations were too high.
East Asian nations such as China and Japan may go cautious on any monetary integration plans.
China's territorial dispute with the Philippines highlights a resource competition and diverging views of history.
Consumption caps will spur cheating, analysts say.
President Thein Sein embarks on a bold move to dismantle all currency restrictions by end-2013.
The resignation of Burma's vice president may signal major changes in the cabinet.