Insight and analysis from around the world with Channel 4 News's team of international correspondents.
Every leader needs an office. British prime ministers have long claimed 10 Downing Street. The American president gets the run of the White House.
Here in Thailand, the top elected official is based in Government House – a pleasant Italianate construction in the heart of old Bangkok. But the Thai prime minister, Yingluck Shinawatra, has a problem. She cannot get anywhere near the place. (more…)
The international community has called on the secretive state to close its gulags, but now it seems they are expanding them.
Traffic is at a standstill, buildings occupied and an arrest warrant has been issued for the protest leader. But no-one seems in any hurry to detain him, writes John Sparks in Bangkok.
All the latest from the Channel 4 News team – allowed back into Sri Lanka for the first time in four years to cover the Commonwealth summit.
I am huddled under cover with Thelma and her friends, who are taking the opportunity to laugh and chat after the devastating week they have had in the wake of Typhoon Haiyan.
People are beginning to question the judgement of Aung San Suu Kyi, Burma’s icon of democracy, and an interview she gave about the Rohingya will add to those doubts.
The aggressive tactics of the New South Wales fire department seemed to have contained the blazes in the Blue Mountains.
Lena Hendry is charged with violating Malaysia’s laws after showing an award-winning Channel 4 documentary about Sri Lanka at a film night in Kuala Lumpur.
From the outside, Kim Jong-un appears to have cemented his control – but tales from defectors suggest there is more dissent and revolt in North Korea than meets the eye.
Defectors’ tales of food shortages and fear expose the official story of life in North Korea – handed out to the few journalists allowed to enter the country – as a carefully