'He felt very badly'
Republicans MIA as Trump Makes Excuses for Kim Jong Un
THE SUMMITRY OF ALL FEARS
A North Korean Defector Shows How Kim Makes a Chump of Trump
Kim Jong Un used the threat of war—and Trump’s own hysterical rhetoric—to create a situation where he appears a peacemaker, and U.S. forces are out of the peninsula.
THIS IS US
An Asian-American Mom’s Advice for Dear Abby
Dear Abby’s advice to parents to avoid ‘foreign names’ provoked accusations of racism. Here, an Asian-American writer recalls her and her husband’s dilemma around naming their son.
Rainforests Are Fast Becoming a Laboratory for Cancer Drugs
The emerging field of ethnopharmocology is pinpointing exciting new possibilities to fight the deadliest cancers.
Hun Sen: The Blood-Drenched Opportunist of Asia
He evolved from peasant to Khmer Rouge commander, then Khmer Rouge opponent, then an illiberal strongman tolerated by the West. Now as a Chinese client, his tyranny looks dynastic.
‘ISSUE OF CONCERN’
Facebook Censors U.S. Citizens for Vietnamese Government
A bipartisan group of U.S. lawmakers wants the social media giants to account for their actions here on behalf of a foreign government.
Beijing Flaunts Its Takeover of South China Sea
China lands a strategic bomber in disputed territory, gauging how America will react at a time when Beijing appears to be outmaneuvering Washington on several fronts.
The Innovative CIA Agent Who Brokered a Truce in Vietnam
In the Philippines and especially in Vietnam, CIA agent Edward Lansdale rarely worked from the playbook, but while he often got sterling results, he was just as often reviled.