Nyshka Chandran is a writer for CNBC.com, with a focus on Asia-Pacific politics. She holds a bachelor's degree in Political Science and History from the University of Toronto.
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South Korean pop music is emerging as a surprise victim of the worsening geopolitical feud between Seoul and Beijing.
As India's poor pay the heaviest price for demonetization, many warn that the surprise move could hurt the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.
Southeast Asia is grappling with rampant maritime piracy that, if left unchecked, could threaten trade in the region.
Fukushima's power plants were back in the spotlight Tuesday after an earthquake hit the region, reviving memories of 2011's nuclear crisis.
Political uncertainty has gripped Asia, marking new areas of global concern even as attention is fixed on U.S. President-elect Trump.
Malaysia wants to quash activism through new laws and arrests, but critics say these measures only highlight the PM's authoritarian regime.
Rising backlash against an Indonesian politician may provide the Islamic State a new chance to deepen its grip on Southeast Asia's largest economy.
Donald Trump's shock election victory has enraged Muslim militant groups around the world, and may fan the flames of global terrorism.
China's display of power in a Hong Kong legal case this week may have ramifications for another territory that has testy ties with Beijing: Taiwan.
Asian leaders congratulated Trump on winning the White House, but their messages masked the serious consequences his victory could have for Asia.