East Timor is in for another change of government after the weekend's election. What will it mean for the nation's fragile democracy?
Just when naysayers were starting to rethink Donald Trump's brinkmanship, he drives the US right over the edge. Does pulling out of the Iran nuclear deal prove it was all dumb luck?
From Equatorial Guinea to Uzbekistan, dictatorships are still alive and kicking. And with China leaning full tilt in that direction, don't expect them to go anywhere soon.
We know any meeting will be eventful, but what exactly is on the agenda, and what's the likelihood of any real progress?
An escalation in violence is being expected between Sri Lanka's Buddhists and its Muslim minority. For some, echoes of the civil war are unavoidable.
The Timor Sea agreement is hardly cause for celebration when the core of the struggle remains unsolved.
The Syrian government has pivoted towards helping US-supported Kurdish forces in their fight against a Turkish invasion in Northern Syria, further muddling the region's complex web of alliances.
This is about much more than a downed jet.
West Papua has shown once again that freedom of speech is only for those who follow the rules.