The era of social networking continues to bring us irrefutable proof that the pen is mightier than the sword -- and more so now than at any other stage of history.
In death, Mullah Omar has proved to be as controversial as he was in life.
After 10 years of negotiations, the Trans-Pacific Partnership Agreement (TPPA), a regional trade deal among 12 countries in the Asia-Pacific Region, is still yet to be signed.
Philippine Supreme Court Senior Associate Justice Antonio Carpio has once again sounded the alarm on mainland China's continuing activities in the West Philippine Sea.
As the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II draws closer, international pressure is mounting on Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe over his stance on the country's wartime wrongdoings. This rightful pressure should be kept up until he comes to his senses and does what he ought to do.
The Wall Street Journal recently discussed Taiwan's energy needs and criticized Democratic Progressive Party Chairwoman and presidential candidate Tsai Ing-wen for her "fanciful visions" to replace nuclear power with expensive and unreliable renewables.
It is a pitiable reflection on Indian "thinking" that only when the hangman's noose beckons does the debate on the propriety, or impropriety, of capital punishment attract the requisite intensity of focus.
News has surfaced that the four major parties in Nepal have whittled down the suggestions received on the draft of the constitution to seven major points, which includes citizenship.
Life. Be in it. That's a slogan I remember from my childhood in the U.S.
A few days ago, I met a renowned expert on Chinese, Japanese and Korean relations. He was genuinely concerned about recent radical developments in East Asia: increasing Chinese and American rivalry as the former engages in territorial disputes; the sudden upswing of the right wing in Japan, and her alliance with America; and the conflicts between South Korea and Japan over Dokdo island and the atrocities the latter committed during the colonial period.