Typhoon Haiyan: The situation is dire in outlying Philippine settlements
GlobalPost exclusive: A trip through remote East Samar — a former surfing Mecca — reveals residents desperate for relief.
Typhoon Haiyan: Filipinos deploy social media to ensure no victim goes unaided
A nation in distress falls back on cultural values burnished over centuries of hardship.
Indonesian volcano erupts for third time in three months
The eruption of Mount Sinabung on Sumatra has caused 1,300 people to flee their homes.
Indonesian death squads reminisce in 'The Act of Killing'
Q&A with Joshua Oppenheimer, the filmmaker who prodded gangsters into re-enacting US-backed, anti-Communist killing sprees.
China and The Art of (losing) War
For centuries, China's leaders have relied on Sun Tzu's masterpiece of strategy. The result? Tragedy, weakness and defeat to inferior forces.
Do 'rapidly breeding' Rohingya Muslims really threaten Myanmar's Buddhist identity?
Amid pogroms, Harvard researchers say the 'Rohingya menace' is Myanmar’s version of Reagan’s 'welfare queen' folk tale.
What's up with the bubonic plague?
You mean, other than the fact that it's still around?
Lady problems: world's strangest laws applied to women
Guess where women aren't legally allowed to drive while wearing a 'housecoat.'
The language of dumplings is universal
Who doesn't like a tiny present wrapped in dough?
Obama’s Asia summit no-show: How it looks from over there
News analysis: Obama canceled a key Asia trip to deal with the government shutdown. Was it really a slam dunk for China?
As Obama's Asia 'pivot' falters, China steps into the gap
While diplomats downplayed Obama's no-show in Asia this week, the image of a dysfunctional Washington bolsters China's rise.
Obama cancels Asia tour over shutdown
President Obama had planned to depart on Saturday for a four-nation, week-long trip to Brunei, Indonesia, Malaysia and the Philippines.
Who wins from India’s economic woes?
With the rupee’s slide, politicians, tourists and some businesses stand to profit.
Australian PM Tony Abbott seeks to ease refugee tensions in Indonesia
Tony Abbott, the new Australian prime minister whose tough refugee policies have sparked anger in Indonesia, struck a conciliatory tone during his visit to Jakarta.
Indonesia: Death toll from sinking of Australia-bound asylum seeker boat rises to 28
Boat was carrying between 80 and 120 people when it sunk en route to Australia.
'Made in Myanmar' clothing, coming to a mall near you
But can this troubled nation avoid Bangladesh-style factory horrors?
At least 22 dead after asylum seeker boat sinks off Indonesia
Dozens of Middle Eastern asylum seekers were killed when their boat sank off the coast of Java, as the group attempted to reach Australian territory.
Mid-Autumn Festival in Asia: A time for lanterns, moon cakes and family
This centuries-old harvest festival is one of the most important celebrations in the Chinese lunar calendar.
Muslim beauty pageant: Islam's answer to Miss World (PHOTOS)
The final of the Muslimah World contest was held in the Indonesian capital of Jakarta.
Nigerian woman wins Muslim beauty pageant in Indonesia
The Muslimah World contest was held in response to the controversial Miss World competition under way in Bali.
Philippines: 100-plus dead in quixotic anti-American martyr mission
Muslim rebels fight boldly to create the 'Bangsamoro Republik' as a refuge from 'America-installed Philippine colonialism.'
Thank goodness it's Goat Week!
For obvious reasons.
More than 6,200 evacuated after Mount Sinabung volcano erupts in Indonesia
More than 6,200 people were evacuated after Indonesian volcano Mount Sinabung erupted early Sunday.
Youth interrupted: Underage, illiterate breadwinners
Inside Myanmar’s Dickensian child labor economy.
Outrage in Indonesia over school's genitalia survey
A health questionnaire distributed in Indonesia's Aceh province asked 11- and 12-year-olds to assess the size of their private parts.
Lindsay Sandiford, a UK citizen, loses death sentence appeal in Indonesia
Lindsay Sandiford, the 57-year-old British woman sentenced to death by an Indonesian Supreme Court for smuggling $2.5 million of cocaine into Bali, has lost her appeal.
Indonesia to buy eight new Apache helicopters from the US
The deal, which includes radar, training and maintenance, is worth $500 million.
Jakarta’s counterproductive approach to counterterrorism
Commentary: Elite police force is under attack for killings, human rights abuses.
The world is picking sides in Egypt's conflict (PHOTOS)
Protests are erupting around the globe as people and governments pick a team in Egypt.
Indonesian city to require female schoolgirls to pass virginity test
The virginity test, a response to the high rate of "adultery" and "prostitution" among female students, is slated to start next year.
Indonesia volcano eruption kills at least 6 on Palue island
Mount Rokatenda, on the island of Palue, exploded on Saturday shooting ash about a mile into the air.