Pentagon chief cheers expected visit of a US aircraft carrier to Vietnam.
The South Korean public has been generally supportive of North Korea participating in the upcoming Olympics as a way to foster cooperation with its nuclear-armed neighbor, but they are still divided. VOA Khmer's Phy Sopheada narrates.
North Korea is calling for better relations with the South that opponents say is part of propaganda campaign to ease economic sanctions.
Majority leader's friendly relationship with Myanmar's Aung San Suu Kyi put under the spotlight.
“Even the dogs coming out of the helicopters knew what to do”.
Washington is reportedly considering launching a limited military strike against Pyongyang if it resumes ballistic missiles and nuclear testing.
Beijing has taken a series of measures to pressure Taiwan into negotiations, Last week Taiwan retaliated instead.
CIA Director Mike Pompeo says North Korean leader Kim Jong Un won't be satisfied with simply staying in power.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis on visit to Jakarta says US wants to work with an elite Indonesian special forces group that has been accused of past human rights abuses.
South Korea facilitated an Olympic pause in North Korean provocations but public resentment is turning against the intrusive costs of peaceful co-existence.
Pentagon chief looks to expand cooperation with Indonesia, Vietnam.
China says it will share findings from scientific research off the Philippine Pacific coast, Others are less sure.