asia & pacific
Are Militants from China's Xinjiang Region Really Being Trained by the Islamic State?
Given China’s apparent history of exaggerating ties between its citizens and Muslim extremist organizations, it’s reasonable to wonder about the merit of this latest claim.
Opinion and Analysis
Tiananmen Square 25th Anniversary: The Day the World Saw China's Totalitarianism in Action
The Tiananmen Square massacre in 1989 cemented a particular international image of China. But what does it mean inside the country?
This Doctor Says He Can Cure Heroin Addicts by Putting Them in a Coma
The treatment begins with an injection of Naltrexone, a drug that blocks the receptor sites where heroin acts on the nervous system. This process induces accelerated withdrawal, leading to intense pain, craving, and nausea. But the Nazaraliev Medical...