Experts fear Tokyo’s flood defences are not enough to avoid calamity.
The powerful younger sister of Kim Jong-un caused a stir at the Pyeongchang Winter Olympics.
Judges will decide whether leaked material can be used in case over eviction of islanders from Diego Garcia in the 1970s.
The economic powerhouse claims its Belt and Road Initiative will deliver growth without the usual environmental consequences.
China’s ambitious plans in Africa and beyond are building alliances that make the UK increasingly irrelevant.
In his first essay for the New Statesman, one of the world’s leading foreign policy experts explores the rise of an all-powerful leader.
There are at least 11,800 cases of forced abduction of women and girls every year in the central Asian country.
Japan's stagnant economy and ageing population are a mirror to our own.
Mohammed Ilias was a school teacher. Then the government dismissed Muslims from their posts.
A policy of isolation and containment has left the North Korean regime convinced that its nuclear deterrent is the only way to guarantee survival.
If Western governments don't speak up for the Rohingya, extremist recruiters will.