We should not let our attention be diverted by the clamorous geopolitical rivalry in the Asia-Pacific.
The incident has sounded an alarm bell for Chinese overseas institutions in Central Asia.
India will not lean toward the US, because it will not only hurt India’s self-esteem.
It’s unlikely that Beijing and Washington can feel assured of each other.
Saturday is the 100th day since Taiwan leader Tsai Ing-wen was sworn into office. In the past few days, local media have been publishing polls on her falling approval ratings. The worst poll had only 39 percent of people supporting her.
China can shape the architecture of 21st century international relations, which also means it has to undertake more responsibilities.
If the outside powers are not cooperative in the current circumstances, no breakthroughs can happen.
The hype of the Chinese warplanes seems to show South Korea’s paranoia about China’s countermeasures.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte surprised the Western world recently by threatening to “separate from the UN,” and saying he would invite China and African countries to form a new international body.
Northeast Asia cannot move to full-fledged cooperation any time soon.
The US women’s 4x100 meter relay team appealed their disqualification from the race and won the chance to run again, thus entering the final, bumping out the Chinese team that had originally qualified for the final in eighth place.
Myitsone Dam does not have to be reviewed from a political perspective any more.
The old pattern and order is gone in the Middle East, where the US has lost its leverage.
Abe’s response to Obama’s last-minute effort to promote the concept has shown his true colors.
From a pro-Western opposition leader to a state leader who has to shoulder governance responsibility, Suu Kyi has to face up to all the issues now confronting Myanmar. Instead of pursuing a good reputation granted by the West, she has to lead the country to success.
Where is Japan’s respect for freedom of navigation in international waters?
The Australian government on Thursday rejected two Chinese companies’ $7.7 billion bid for its largest electricity network, Ausgrid, citing national security concerns.
It is highly impossible that the US will set up a reliable global anti-missile system.