Laos

As China slows, Southeast Asian economies face woes

Trade, investment and tourism could feel the chill as China’s economy cools.

The long arm of Chinese law is getting longer in Southeast Asia

How selective will China be in targeting crime groups in cross-border law enforcement?

Chinese rights lawyer Lu Siwei repatriated by Laos last week

Activists say the move violates international human rights treaties, while his wife fears he will be tortured.

Official: US pushing Laos to press Myanmar junta

Laos will chair ASEAN next year, and there are fears it wants to welcome the junta back into the bloc.

Lao PM visits China’s Guangxi to boost farm exports

Move is part of a broader goal to expand investment, tourism between the two nations.

Laos deports 164 Chinese detainees, including alleged human traffickers

Citizens say good riddance, but that authorities need to go after ringleaders to really clamp down.

Mekong River island inhabitants to be relocated to make way for resort, golf course