Archive of all review articles published
Shiyu Tan reviews Mark Leonard's latest book about the different ideologies that may shape China's relationship with the West
China-based foreign correspondent Jasper Becker's latest book chronicle's Beijing's past in order to contrast it with its present
Charles W. Hayford surveys three books to illustrate how the discussion of Chinese and Western perceptions of honesty has progressed over time
Collection of essays from 'Secrets of the Press' gives behind-the-scenes insight into journalism profession
Diary of Indonesian newspaperman and veteran political prisoner gives younger Indonesians insight into "the untold chapters of the Soeharto years"
This year's environmental-themed documentaries in annual competition held by Metro TV and In Docs may lack focus but are entertaining and are remarkable efforts by first-time directors
Journalist Sadanand Dhume's new book offers insight into Indonesia's Islamic Prosperous Justice Party, while acknowledging the author's atheist point of view
Joyce Hoffman weaves the stories of female reporters in the Vietnam War with the history of the conflict in her book 'On Their Own'
Charles W. Hayford reviews Stephen MacKinnon's latest book about the indelible mark that time between the Rape of Nanjing and the retreat to Chongqing left on modern China
New Thaksin book has cynics questioning army author Sunisa Lertpakawat's work
Japanese actors stage a satire of the upper house elections in a bold move of political commentary
Steven Okazaki brings the bombings of Hiroshima and Nagasaki into the present in his new documentary about survivors
Two books take startlingly different views on Japan, but James F. Paradise says Japan is like most other countries with its share of foibles and successes
Poet Amol Titus' new book, released in Jakarta last month, explores the pain and violence of newspaper headlines
The heroism shown in a new film about the death of Daniel Pearl is worth celebrating, even if the film shows little compassion for Pakistan, writes Ras H. Siddiqui