China Daily, News Report, Posted: Jul 31, 2012
China has indisputable sovereign rights over the South China Sea islands and their adjacent waters, Beijing's Ministry of Defense said Tuesday.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 31, 2012
Violent attacks on Myanmar's Muslim minority by lay and ordained Buddhists contrasts with Western notions of a religion solely committed to peace.
Talk.Onevietnam.org, News Report, Posted: Jul 30, 2012
Once a country that condemned homosexuality, Vietnam is now considering legalizing same-sex marriage.
New America Media, Op-ed, Posted: Jul 30, 2012
Mitt Romney’s foreign policy speech to the Jerusalem Foundation in Israel on Sunday qualified him to be President—of Israel.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 25, 2012
Iran is banning images of chickens on national television for fear of provoking desire among viewers.
The Root, Question & Answer, Posted: Jul 24, 2012
Ghana is set to swear in its next president, John Dramani Mahama, who spoke with The Root about Africa's past and future.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 20, 2012
Vietnam’s urgent need to modernize its army in face of Chinese threats may spur political reforms in the country
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 20, 2012
London won its bid to host the 2012 Olympics on promises of community redevelopment -- promises which now appear unfulfilled.
Korea Daily, News Report, Posted: Jul 19, 2012
Is new North Korean leader Kim Jong-un starting to cross the river by feeling the stones, as Chinese economic reformer Deng Xiaoping put it in 1984?
The Root, News Report, Posted: Jul 18, 2012
Long before making a valiant stand on foreign soil, Boston-area leaders say the Rev. Michael Louis has stood out in his community.
Firstpost.com, News Analysis, Posted: Jul 17, 2012
The Indian government recently coughed up the asking price of $1.28 million for 40 years of documents, telegrams and letters between Mahatma Gandhi and the German Jewish bodybuilder and lifelong friend Hermann Kallenbach before it made the auction block. Was it to keep the halo around the Mahatma's head from dimming?
New America Media, News Analysis, Posted: Jul 17, 2012
Recent U.S. overtures to Vietnam are full of irony, and signal a shift in the arduous history of U.S.-Indochina relations.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 16, 2012
Last week, the Bolivian ship, Ana Cecelia, the “Peace Boat,” set sail with the first regular cargo service between Miami and Havana in a half-century, marking new era.
New America Media, Commentary, Posted: Jul 14, 2012
The U.S. Congress is upset that the spiffy outfits the American Olympic team will wear at the opening ceremony while designed by Ralph Lauren are (gasp) made in China.
China Daily, News Report, Posted: Jul 12, 2012
Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi told Clinton Thursday he hopes the U.S. will respect China's interests in the Asia Pacific region.
New America Media, News Report, Posted: Jul 12, 2012
Media reports of money laundering activities involving U.S. banks and Mexico’s drug cartels point to a disturbing trend.
New America Media, Question & Answer, Posted: Jul 09, 2012
John Dau is a genocide survivor who returned to Sudan years later, with the mission of building health clinics for his people.
China Daily, News Report, Posted: Jul 06, 2012
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao called for expanded cooperation with Cuba during a meeting with Raul Castro in Beijing on Friday.
Korea Times, News Report, Posted: Jul 06, 2012
South Korea is under fire from the international community over its plan to resume whaling.
New America Media, Interview, Posted: Jul 03, 2012
Author Richard Rodriguez discusses Mexican cynicism, the return of the PRI, and the pros and cons of political compromise.
Sing Tao Daily, News Report, Posted: Jul 03, 2012
A study by the Hong Kong Journalists Association shows 60 percent of reporters there fear a decline in media freedom under the new leader.