We are doing research in Asia and abroad.

I want to express the meaning that we are doing research mainly in Asia, as well as in other non-Asian areas, which are not the main focus. Is 'abroad' the right word to use here?


Yes, it's correct. Abroad means in or to a foreign country/countries. It is quite common to use 'X' country and abroad in various contexts. Have a look -

Aviation news from India and abroad.

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    It's appropriate if the writer is in Asia. If they are not, it's in Asia and elsewhere. – Kate Bunting Jan 3 at 10:44

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