Liberals look to return to power for first time in a decade following the impeachment of conservative ex-President Park Geun-hye.
US urges ASEAN to deny North Korea's revenue streams; acknowledges efforts toward binding code of conduct in South China Sea.
Analysts say moves by U.S. to rebuild links with Thailand mark a turning point after "lost decade".
Analysts say US president’s disruptive comments on THAAD and Kim Jong Un could depress conservative vote while energizing liberals.
Senior State Department official tells VOA that Washington is urging Southeast Asian countries to 'cut diplomatic ties' with Pyongyang.
Environmental groups have urged “a fair balance” on Mekong dams, reiterating concerns over the new proposed dam.
Iowa Governor Terry Branstad notes China is well aware of threat Pyongyang poses and does not want thousands of North Koreans flooding into its territory in the event of war.
Foreign ministers from the 10 member Association of South East Asian Nations will meet with US Secretary of State Rex Tillerson.
Duterte is evaluating an invitation from President Trump after almost a year of unprecedented cooperation with China.
Prawet Prapanukul provided legal assistance to members of Thailand's political opposition group, the United Front for Democracy Against Dictatorship.
Such a high level meeting would also take months of intense advance negotiations between two sides that have currently severed all lines of official communication.
Critics on Capitol Hill, human rights community outraged at Trump invitation to Philippine leader.