Sceptics can only hope the Manila-MILF peace deal will last longer than the "failed experiment" it will be replacing.
Malaysians are waiting for prime minister Najib Razak to announce elections, which are expected to be closely-fought.
While the fanfare from his party was at fever-pitch, the former Pakistan president received only a tepid public welcome.
Forty-five years on, details of an alleged secret plot to destablise the Philippine province remain hard to come by.
Country's opposition finds new political landscape as it begins campaign for 2015 elections.
Thailand needs to overcome its biggest problem, corruption, to tackle the problem of illegal smuggling.
Incoming president envisions the Communist Party and entire country getting back to their roots
Thai police play out games of surveillance to become more effective at thwarting sophisticated transnational criminals.
Exotic animals are being sold not far from the international conference on endangered species in Bangkok
Pakistan’s sprawling port city has been called a "City of Lights", but today it’s better known for darkness.
Opposition unveils slew of policies it hopes will help it weaken ruling coalition's grip on power.