A rare tour of a training center shows how the army is responding to the imperatives of face-to-face combat.
A country with a reputation for hard bargaining is not welcome at this delicate moment.
A new wave of attacks that killed 18 Afghan soldiers over the weekend included rare beheadings.
In recent speeches, he has started to criticize “scolding” developed nations that have “destroyed nature.”
The detentions had caused outrage and threatened to cast a shadow over President Xi’s September U.S. trip.
If men like Atta Mohammad Noor remain powerful, can the country become a modern democracy?
Many people are wondering how a country that critics say repressed its people in preparation for the 2008 Games could even be in the running for a second Olympics so soon afterward.
Kidnappings and fear of the Islamic State mark a resurgence of troubles facing ethnic Hazaras.
Ashton Carter visited South Korea to discuss concerns about nuclear and military activities in the North.
Debate in Parliament over military support of the Saudi-led campaign has continued into a third day.
The attacker, wearing an Afghan army uniform, was killed in return fire in the incident in eastern Afghanistan.
Japan is moving to expand the role of its Self-Defense Forces as it faces threats from North Korea and China.
A coal boom has polluted grasslands, depleted lakes and driven people from their land.
The protest is the latest in a series of demonstrations by herders on the grasslands of Inner Mongolia.
But can the popular prime minister convince lawmakers and farmers that he is not hurting the poor?