Stopping Asian American Hate Stemming From the COVID-19 Pandemic
There is much work to be done in eradicating Asian American hate.
Dumped family dog infested with parasites and fleas gets new lease of life
"He's a very independent dog, and he had been taking care of himself pretty well on the streets, but I knew that I needed to help him," the owner told Newsweek.
Woman looks unrecognizable after going teetotal and beating crack addiction
Abi Feltham, 35, has battled mental health issues, alcohol and drug addiction, but has now found peace.
China, 'Economic Coercion,' and the G7 Summit
China will be the elephant in the room.
Man dies after being trampled by wild elephant
The man had been at a research facility when the elephant attacked, and he suffered severe injuries to his leg and chest.
NATO pivots to Asia as China threat grows
Talks are underway for NATO to open a liaison office in Tokyo, the military alliance's first in Asia, Japan's foreign minister Yoshimasa Hayashi said.
Great Powers Are Failing Us on AI. It's Time for Small States To Step In
It may take a Small States Club to convert the risk of artificial intelligence (AI) into an opportunity.
Pregnant elephant tramples owner to death
A witness to the incident saw the elephant throw Chat Mokhom in the air before killing him.
Unwavering Unity of the G7 at a Historic Turning Point
At this Foreign Ministers' Meeting, I would like to reaffirm the partnership among the G7, further expand the circle of countries that share the vision, and send a strong message that we will work with various countries on the global stage.
The Other Atomic Concern in Taiwan—Nuclear Reactors
Regardless of the fate of Taiwan's nuclear energy programs, the risks posed to existing facilities amid heightening cross-strait tensions demands international coordination.
Interfaith Activism—The Good News About Religious Freedom in India
It's time for India's government to celebrate India's religious diversity.
Dog's incredible transformation after meat trade rescue: "Stole my heart"
Dogs that end up being sent to slaughter in China are often animals that breeders couldn't sell, sick dogs or unwanted dogs sold by owners to get easy money.
The U.S. and South Korea Must Continue Building on Their Relationship
Washington's trade and finance policies should encourage the expansion of U.S.-South Korea business relationships, invite more South Korean businesses to invest in America, and promote American business expansion in South Korea.
Putin compares new NATO plans to 1930s fascist axis
Throughout the full-scale invasion, the Kremlin has been pushing the rhetoric that NATO is at "war" with Russia in Ukraine.
Achieving a New Asia Pivot, in the Middle East
The intersection of several factors has created an unprecedented opportunity for Japan to assume a leadership role in the Middle East.
Mr. Xi Goes to Moscow, Replacing U.S. Global Leadership
Xi has little to fear from Washington, which is on the defensive vis-à-vis Beijing in the Pacific.
One Year On, Rohingya Path Out of Genocide Remains Unclear
The ultimate goal in pursuing a path out of genocide must be to create the conditions conducive to safe, voluntary, and sustainable return of Rohingya to their homeland in Myanmar.
Videos show "major" earthquake rattle Afghanistan, Pakistan
The 6.5-magnitude quake has reportedly left three dead so far.
The West Must Respond to China's Leadership in Broadband
China has taken a lead in digital technology, namely the application of broadband and AI to manufacturing, logistics, and services.
Why frog species are being wiped out across the world
Frogs across the world are being infected by a skin-infecting fungus that is responsible for driving many species into being endangered or even extinct.
U.S.-China Relations Are Evolving Quickly
Dialogue will need to be sustained, even as the politics of doing so get more difficult for both sides.
South Korea's Never-Ending Nuclear Weapons Debate
What the Korean Peninsula needs above all else is more dialogue, not more weapons.
Russia state TV says eliminating U.S. military is ultimate goal
A pundit called for American military assets to be removed from Europe and Asia, but suggested the ultimate goal was the demilitarization of the U.S.
Washington's African Investments Need a PR Push
Selling investments is as important as making them.
Fashion Brands Are Profiting From the Erosion of Workers' Rights in Myanmar
On the two-year anniversary of the coup in Myanmar, it has never been clearer that silence and inaction have no place in responsible business.
Black box from Nepal plane to reveal "last fateful seconds" before crash
Sunday's plane crash, which killed at least 69 people, was Nepal's deadliest in over 30 years.
Drunk bear on the run after guzzling rum cocktail and raiding store
The Himalayan black bear returned to the village in Bhutan to drink alcohol and steal food multiple times.
Ancient humans may have gone to North America then turned around
Evidence suggests that the Americas were first settled by people who traveled from Asia.
When Will Wall Street Realize That China Is a Bad Investment?
It's time for Wall Street to disentangle from the mess that Beijing is cooking up.
Bear breaks into cemetery, digs up grave and eats corpse
Amek Along had died just a few weeks before the incident from a stroke. Her husband had routinely visited the grave ever since.