This week's summit between the presidents of the U.S. and China is being welcomed as a virtually unprecedented opportunity for each side.
The crisis of people-trafficking and sexual exploitation in Northeast Asia is not a nationalist issue; it is a gender issue.
It's time for us to grow up in our assessments of North Korea.
North Korea policymakers must look beyond the nuclear issue to consider the human rights of the population.
Burma's Muslims are caught in a cross-fire between Chinese and Western investment.
In the current crisis on the Korean peninsula, the Obama administration is virtually repeating the 2004 Bush playbook.
The U.S. needs to come up with a new and different Pacific pivot that places peace and prosperity on the Korean peninsula at the top of the list of priorities.
In some corners of Africa, the seams of the tight Africa-China relationship are becoming stretched.
Make no mistake: the Obama administration's "pivot to Asia" is all about containing China.
The U.S. government may be legally obligated to defend Japan.