Hillary's Moment: Clinton Faces the World (United States)
She is the star of the Obama Cabinet and an international celebrity and after nine months of staying out of the limelight, Hillary Clinton has arrived on the global stage. An intimate portrait of the diplomat and her world
In July, Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono won re-election as Indonesia's President in a landslide. What will he do with his big new mandate?
The dress code was local batik when Indonesian President Susilo Bambang Yudhoyono talked with TIME's Hannah Beech and Jason Tedjasukmana
The recession is rekindling Asian dreams of an E.U.-style trade bloc. Will the U.S. join?
Run for the Border (Restaurants)
As U.S. consumers cut back, casual-dining chain P.F. Chang's bets on selling "Chinese" food in Mexico
ARTS & ENTERTAINMENT
The Sacrifice Behind China's Economic Boom (Photography)
Photographer Andreas Seibert captures the human sacrifices behind China's economic boom
William Somerset Maugham's colorful but less than happy life is the subject of a new biography
Camcorder Capers in Malaysia (Movies)
A cheap but supercool crime flick from James Lee
Beijing is looking beyond the continent's natural resources to reaching its potential consumers
Opening Up North Korea (Diversions)
Cell phones, fast food and microbrew. Could it be that things are changing in North Korea?
L'Hotel in Pietra: Rock Star (Check In)
L'Hotel in Pietra is an airy boutique property where the rooms feel like private archaeological museums
A best-kept Mekong secret is out
Going Strait in Malacca (TIME Traveler)
Malacca is a no-brainer overnight excursion for those visiting Kuala Lumpur or Singapore