Regions / China
For some bizarre reason, U.S. observers expect the latest Chinese leader to suddenly tear off his clothes and reveal a Captain America suit underneath.
As global warming takes its toll on the South China Sea, an already tense political climate could become more perilous.
China's economic involvement has increased in Afghanistan. Will it be a stabilizing force as the United States withdraws?
Mike Daisey's appearance on "This American Life" has made it impossible to ignore Apple's labor abuses.
Apple's march to market supremacy has been accomplished at tremendous cost to both American and Chinese workers.
More than ever, North Korea will likely turn to China as its primary provider of food, money and material resources.
China is emerging as the leading economic force in Burma, and the Burmese are starting to get uncomfortable.
China's nuclear tunnels are exponentially more alarming than Iran's underground uranium enrichment facilities.
The Chinese economy continues to grow at a fast pace. But signs of distress lurk just below the surface.
Barring a shocking turn of events, the 2012 election will not turn on foreign policy