Trust John Kerry's State Department to walk into a Chinese-made trap.
Beijing is in search of a red planet–and it’s not Mars.
Outcome of "trial of the century" involving China's most charismatic and ambitious official will reveal Beijing’s balance of power.
Sixty years ago today, America signed the cease-fire armistice on the Korean peninsula. But for North Korea, the war has never truly ended.
Something is very wrong in Pyongyang — and in Beijing as well. Also read: Pentagon: North Korea Nuke Report Was Taken Out of Context
We have the leverage over China. The only issue is whether we have the political will to use it.
The White House needs to send out a disinvite. They are feeding Hu's arrogance and making him more difficult to deal with in the future.
North Korea is predictable. It will continue to kill.
The president has just created a rift with a nation of increasing importance to the United States.
In a deeply Confucian, elder-respecting society, the transfer of power to a youngest son (especially one who looks like an overfed kid fresh out of school) is a tricky exercise.
The most dangerous regime on earth may reveal the identity of its next leader on Tuesday.
If we do not change our approach toward his aggressive regime, we know one thing: the killing of Americans and South Koreans will continue.
Hillary puts America’s China policy back on track.
Washington rescued Kim Jong Il once. Let’s not do it again.
The Pentagon finally takes the hint from China’s openly hostile flag officers.
Prime Minister Yukio Hatoyama has resigned. Was it his own weakness as a leader? Or did he see a threat over the Sea of Japan?
After witnessing Washington's weak response to North Korea's horrific act, we have to wonder if the mullahs think nuclear terrorism is a possible option for them.
Many Washington analysts need to stop assuming that Taiwan wants to be absorbed by the Chinese leviathan and made its 34th province.
Time, as they say, is not on our side, and the Obama administration is apparently giving up trying to disarm North Korea.
The Indian prime minister’s visit to Washington gives Obama a chance to further ties with New Delhi — and to erase the failures of his trip to Asia.
The president is working to strengthen the unsettled relationship between Washington and Tokyo.
What happens when you combine an iconic American brand with potentially the world’s biggest market?
The plight of the Uighurs is beginning to inflame Muslim populations.
An international currency conspiracy? Robert Fisk's recent article making this fantastic charge just doesn't make sense.
We are about to witness a new chapter of failure at the bargaining table.