Regions / China
Sophie Richardson conducts a detailed examination of the beliefs driving China's foreign policy decisions.
United States fail to press the advantage in the Cheonan incident.
The Obama administration took office in 2009 determined to move beyond might-makes-right-makes-might unilateralism of the Bush years, and reassert America's global influence as the most principled and powerful guarantor of rule-based multilateralism.
The World Expo in Shanghai showcases the airbrushed future and polarized present in China.
Sri Lankan President Mahinda Rajapaksa was in India earlier this month making promises to resettle the war-displaced Sri Lankan Tamil minority one year after his government's forces won a crippling victory over the Tamil Tiger insurgency.
How Turkey is chasing China to become the next big thing.
Kyrgyzstan has little in the way of wealth or natural resources, but it has what every real estate agent looks for: location, location, location.
Some countries are starting to think that it's time to move on from the USA.
Beijing is rapidly expanding its influence in the Middle East. Will Washington do anything more than watch?
Interpreting China's military expenditure has been a complicated issue with important regional implications. Although China publishes its official defense budget and provides justifications for increases in its military spending, most observers remain skeptical of the accuracy of the official figures and wary of the military modernization efforts. This skepticism has shaped the responses of other Asia-Pacific nations toward China's military modernization.