Military non-alignment might have ended with the Cold War meltdown, but some of its tenets still retain validity --and not for only sentimental reasons.
The legal debate in Pakistan over whether specified heinous crimes committed by civilian militants in the name of religion or sect can be tried by court martial or military tribunals was decided by the Supreme Court in favor of court martial in the "District Bar Association case" (2015).
U.S. President Barack Obama held an extensive bilateral meeting with his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping last Saturday before the G-20 summit in Hangzhou, China.
For many Thais, it is unjustified for the government to hold talks with MARA Patani, an umbrella organization of a group of Malay separatist organizations in the Muslim-majority southernmost border provinces.
Japan's Defense Ministry has allocated 5.1685 trillion yen in a budgetary request for fiscal 2017, up 2.3 percent from this fiscal year's initial request. Against the backdrop of military buildups in both China and North Korea, seeking such a spending increase for the fifth straight year is reasonable.
This column is not about baseball, although it may at first appear to be. I focus today rather on the use of English language in moments that could seem to be a little "tricky."
When Brigitte Bardot revealed (almost) all in the 1956 movie "And God Created Woman" she barely raised an eyebrow in France.
Women working in Nepal's "entertainment" sector have long been victims of exploitation. They lament that sexual abuse, police harassment, and poor and irregular pay are common.
Something extraordinary happened at the Philippine Supreme Court on Wednesday.
The bankruptcy of public pension funds is an issue worldwide.