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The world — not just Colorado and Washington — embraces a more laissez faire approach to narcotics.
You helped crush our sultanate in the 1900s. Now you owe us.
Pushing sovereignty on the sly
New book likens chimp warfare to that of traditional societies.
Why help from one of Asia's best-known dissidents isn't always welcome.
A maimed 12-year-old mishandled by police
Combatants fight for a region the size of South Korea rich with gold, jade and timber. But China and America have great stakes in this battle as well.
Thai capital's leading candidate for governor panders to a niche demographic
Culture czar fears Thailand's reputation in peril after a sketch about the Rosetta Stone and sex tourism.
Firing squads are out. Injections are in. But who'll supply the poison?
Gunfire shatters peace pledge.
An impoverished nation awash in SIM cards
Americans think of Bangkok as embodying the rich-poor divide of the developing world, but some US areas are beginning to rival it.
As mortars rain down, president hails military's "sacrifices in blood"
"Never shall we have to take the exam again. We have to stand up!"
State-aligned press depicts guerrilla forces as brutal, duplicitous
Some Muslim leaders begrudgingly accept Christians sharing holy word
Questions surround Cambodia's largest-ever project
Plans proceed to return refugees to their still-unruly homeland.
Reports of air strikes against Kachin guerrillas