Caution: Local humour ahead on the Singapore Elections 2011.
The asia! team
The tiny island may be known for its squeaky-clean image, but these elections has tainted Singapore, no thanks to the questionable tactics employed by the ruling People's Action Party and the state-owned media.
The asia! team
The island nation gets a taste of true democracy in action and it got the whole country talking.
THE asia! team
South Korea's ruling suffered a crushing defeat in recent by-elections, heralding the power of Twitter in the political landscape.
LEE YOO EUN
A 12-year-old Chinese boy with burning political ambitions has his countrymen (and women) all disgusted and fired up.
JING GAO
When the world's most famous terrorist is located and killed in his comfortable compound in your country, lots of questions emerge. Like, who did it, really?
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Americans may rejoice over the death of Osama Bin Laden, but surely, the war against terror isn’t yet over.
MARCK RIMORIN
American politics is such that bin Laden’s death will help Obama secure his win at the next presidential elections.
WANG WEN (Translated and Edited by asia!)
Do you have lingering doubts over the death of Osama bin Laden? You are not alone.
D ASGHAR
Here's an alternative view: Let's say that Islamabad presented the wanted terrorist chief to Washington knowingly.
SHIRAZ PARACHA
It is a range of reactions that greeted the news in the Indian press – from the sceptical to those who say it is time to punish Pakistan.
DAN-CHYI CHUA
Social networking sites have become a potential site for recruiting terrorists.
IFTEKHARUL BASHAR
The Philippines seems to be a nation of skewed values.
DOY SANTOS
World rallies to demand the release of China’s most famous artist, who is held by Beijing amid a wide crackdown on government critics.
DEBU BARVE
China and India abstained from the UN vote, then other Asian countries kept quiet or issued statements that stopped short of supporting the resolution to intervene in Libya. Why?
DAN-CHYI CHUA