Regions / China
China may bully its neighbors, but turning foreign territorial disputes into a superpower conflict between nuclear-armed rivals would be a huge mistake.
When it came to race, climate, or diplomacy, Obama was like a visitor from the future. On trade and intervention, however, he was often stuck in the past.
Though better known for his brutal war on drugs at home, the Philippine leader's volatile, one-man diplomacy could up-end 70 years of U.S. dominance in East Asia.
The latest attacks on journalists and news organizations by corrupt populists are contributing to a global rollback of fundamental rights.
As the Olympic games in Rio draw to a close, another set of games will begin: military exercises between the United States and South Korea to prepare for a possible armed conflict with North Korea.
It's not just the chilling rhetoric. In the past five months, warships from both sides have done everything but ram one another.
The solution to the global economic and environmental crisis lies in China's past.
China offers two contrasting visions: of regional economic growth and nationalist competition. Which will it ultimately choose?
The Philippines won a huge legal victory against China on a long-running territorial dispute. But Manila's alliance with Washington may make it all for nothing.
After the IMF admitted that neoliberalism was “oversold,” could China help developing countries thrive with an expanded Hong Kong?