AQIS has apparently changed its information warfare strategy to try and make itself more relevant vis-à-vis an ascendant Islamic State.
Egypt is the next front in Russia's push to regain its traditional great power status.
The brainchild of officials who wanted to cement US trade influence in Asia, the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP) is now being doomed by the very country that birthed it.
The Liberal Democratic Party’s recent victory has brought the controversial topic of constitutional reform in Japan into the political spotlight once again.
Regardless of what motivated the failed coup in Turkey, it will certainly reverberate for decades to come.
The first step toward dealing with the problem of Islamic State is for the Bangladesh government to admit one exists.
Myanmar’s conversion from pariah state to investment opportunity has seen it return to partial international respectability. Could Asia one day offer North Korea a similar chance?
Internal divisions are increasing the chances that we see a rise of Islamic State in Sri Lanka.
The vilification of oil is bad for perception but good for business for the largest oil companies.
As major figures in the Brexit campaign step down from their leadership positions, uncertainty is still the rule with regards to how Britain will leave the EU.