Kim Jong-un might think the ongoing Korean crisis is all about him ... but no one else does. Current tensions are the result of a regional race for supremacy between the U.S., Russia, and China.
With a population of over 1.3 billion and a current growth rate of 7.8%, China is often viewed as a major emerging market. Then why do some want to leave?
China is making serious strides to be a Pakistan's biggest and most valuable strategic partner. But will China tire of regional instability, like Russia and the U.S. before it?
Once one of the continent's leaders in health care and education, Burma – formally known as Myanmar – is now one of the world's least developed nations.
Though total war is unlikely, how would it play out if the worst case were to happen?
Despite coming back as his BFF, infamous tattooed basketball star Dennis Rodman had zero impact on Kim Jong Un’s plans to blow America to smithereens.
Recent advances in press freedom in Myanmar should not obscure the country’s continuing human rights issues, including violence against Muslims.
Hactivist collective Anonymous responds to the rising tensions on the Korean peninsula the only way they know how: by disrupting North Korean Twitter and Flickr accounts.