Thailand's cola conflict leaves Pepsi out in the cold
Thanks to the failure to renew distribution contracts, PepsiCo had its market share in Thailand wiped out by a lookalike brand.
India: No babies for gay couples
New regulations bar gays from India's booming market for surrogate mothers.
Thai Prime Minister Shinawatra promises to end controversial ivory trade
Country will introduce legislation to help to ban booming domestic ivory trade, although campaigners want to see a timeline.
Two killed by motorcycle bomb in restive southern Thailand
Blast comes only days after rebel Barisan Revolusi Nasional group agrees to talks with the Thai government over ending ongoing conflict.
China parades 'Mekong killers' on television before execution
Before executing four men convicted of murdering 13 Chinese sailors on the Mekong river, China state TV broadcast footage of them walking to the execution site.
Thailand: Government to hold peace talks with Muslim rebels
The Thai government will hold peace talks with a Muslim rebel group, hoping to quell an insurgency in the south.
Plastic surgery, 'Gangnam-style'
Under the knife, beauty seekers get a piece of the Gangnam dream.
Round-the-world British cyclists killed in Thailand road accident
Round-the-world British cyclists Peter Root and Mary Thompson were killed in a road accident in Thailand after a pickup truck veered off the road and hit them.
Thai military forces kill 16 insurgents after failed attack on southern base
"Well-armed" group of anti-government insurgents suffer 16 deaths after attacking Narathiwat military base.
Korean food made me cry like a baby
Choo-sung has achieved notoriety for a masochistic recipe that the Korean press calls one of the country's spiciest.
Thailand: How the cops failed a tortured girl from Myanmar
A maimed 12-year-old mishandled by police
Bangkok: the world's first campaign ad courting the transgender vote?
Thai capital's leading candidate for governor panders to a niche demographic
Thailand up in arms over Saturday Night Live
Culture czar fears Thailand's reputation in peril after a sketch about the Rosetta Stone and sex tourism.
Cambodians gather for funeral of late King Norodom Sihanouk
Tens of thousands of Cambodians have gathered in Phnom Penh for the start of a lavish funeral for former King Norodom Sihanouk, who who died of a heart attack in October at age 89.
Crossing the Divide: The distance between rich and poor (VIDEO)
Photojournalist Ed Kashi documents income inequality in Fairfield County, Connecticut, and Bangkok, Thailand.
What North Korea thinks about US immigration reform
And other reasons why Asia cares — and stands to gain — from proposed immigration reform in the US.
Love across the DMZ: Matchmaking, North Korea-style
Seoul is full of untapped customers eager to tie the knot with northern beauties.
Asia’s state-sponsored plan to destroy the language barrier
Japan, Thailand and other Asian nations see modern technology as the future of translation.
Where is the worst place for abortions?
On the 40th anniversary of Roe v. Wade, GlobalPost looks at abortion rights around the world.
From East Coast to Far East, pulling back the curtain on income inequality
GlobalPost correspondents gauge the growing distance between rich and poor by comparing Fairfield County, Connecticut with Bangkok, Thailand.
What the Oscars missed: That other foreign film
GlobalPost correspondents chime in with their overlooked picks for this year's Best Foreign Film.
Glitz and desperation in a Bangkok divided by income
Americans think of Bangkok as embodying the rich-poor divide of the developing world, but some US areas are beginning to rival it.
The Story Behind the Story: Patrick Winn on income inequality in Bangkok
Patrick Winn travels from one of Bangkok's most notorious slums to its glitzy mall district as part of GlobalPost's exploration of income inequality around the world.
TV cancellation causes uproar in Thailand
Thailand's popular "Nua Mek" soap has been canceled. Viewers smell political interference.
Thailand deports Rohingya "boat people," despite international opposition
Ethnically persecuted Rohingya Muslims are sent back to Myanmar by government after washing ashore in Thailand
British tourist Stephen Ashton, 22, shot dead at New Year's party in Thailand
British man Stephen Ashton, 22, has been killed in a gunfight between gangs in Thailand on New Year's Eve.
Will Myanmar’s war refugees be forced home against their will?
Plans proceed to return refugees to their still-unruly homeland.
2,012 words of 2012
Here are the buzzwords, the keywords, or just plain words, that were uttered time and again in 2012. This was an absurd amount of work. So please click on it.
Southeast Asia: More meth-mad than ever
Can authorities slow the region’s appetite for speed?
All in the family: What many Asian female leaders share (PHOTOS)
As Park Geun-hye, daughter of South Korean autocrat Park Chung-hee, takes office, we look at other Asian leaders who keep politics in the family.
Philippines: New Year's Eve Lechon
A multicultural, spit-roasted suckling pig.