Just how steadfast is China’s support of North Korea?
The North Korean leadership almost certainly does not want to go to war. So what’s with all the saber rattling?
Though Xi Jinping’s trip has generally gone well, there have been a few notes of discontent with China’s growing influence in Africa
President Ma Ying-jeou sat with his wife among political leaders on Tuesday as newly installed Pope Francis celebrated his inaugural Mass at the Vatican
The outcome of today’s selection of Xi Jinping as China’s president has been a near certainty since he was chosen as successor to Hu Jintao five years ago.
China has announced plans to reduce its bureaucracy by cutting two of its 27 Cabinet-level ministries, including the scandal-plagued Ministry of Railways, a massive body with more than 2 million staffers
North Korea’s fiery rhetoric isn’t new, but the tempo has clearly quickened under Kim Jong Un.
A group Chinese activists last week issued an open letter calling for the government to ratify the International Convention on Civil and Political Rights.
Dennis Rodman seemed to enjoy his short jaunt to North Korea. When Ali visited almost two decades ago, he was less impressed
This week the Chinese capital has been hit with an air quality disaster of a more ancient vintage: a sandstorm blowing out of the north.
Taiwan’s Lien Chan met with China’s Xi Jinping and nobody freaked out. Why that’s good news for cross-strait ties.
On Shinzo Abe’s first trip to the U.S. as Japan’s Prime Minister, the key issues included the rise of China, North Korea’s quest for nuclear weapons and whether Japan would revise its constitution to allow a standing …
North Korea conducted its third test of a nuclear device Tuesday, raising fears of conflict in Northeast Asia and new questions about whether the regime can be stopped in its decades-long effort to develop nukes