Chinese President Xi Jinping is calling for a world-class military and leading economy, but the U.S. is suspicious of Beijing's growing ambitions in world affairs.
Xi Jinping will likely lead for another five years—but then what?
President Xi Jinping is eyeing greater powers and his timing could not have been better.
The Chinese artist and dissident spoke to Newsweek about Trump’s policies, the Guggenheim's decision to pull artwork and how the world has failed refugees.
Former officials who played a key role in negotiating the 2015 Iran Deal say President Donald Trump's unilateral actions are risking U.S. credibility abroad.
China’s FAST telescope has been running for one year, and initial results are “encouraging,” scientists say.
The cyber threat to the U.S. from China is mostly one of "rampant" espionage.
TransTeleKom, owned by Russia's state-run railroad company, is giving North Koreans an internet boost at a time when they likely need it the most.
General Joseph Dunford, chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, said China's rapid military reforms and economic growth threaten U.S. hegemony.
There are potential conflicts of interest between the first daughter's business and U.S. interests.
Chinese ambassador to the U.N Liu Jieyi appealed for cooler heads to prevail in the crisis between U.S. and North Korea, warning "the alternative is a disaster."
The base was established in Djibouti in July alongside growing Chinese influence in Africa.
Russia did not appreciate President Donald Trump's vow to "totally destroy" North Korea, and has plans of its own to solve the nuclear crisis.
The app aimed to address the needs of millions of Chinese men who cannot find a partner.
China’s space agency lost control of the spacecraft in 2016, five years after the unmanned station was launched.
Chinese sailors docked in Russia with a 21-gun salute as the two countries begin sea drills in the Russian region bordering North Korea.
Pyongayng fired what is believed to be an intermediate range ballistic missile Hwasong-12, the same rocket it threatened to use to strike Guam.
China has closed access to Mount Paektu after seismic shocks 10 minutes after blast.
China's new military base is just a few miles from the only permanent U.S. outpost in Africa.
Chinese soldiers were rushed to the country's northeastern coast to fire missiles and machine guns designed to blast enemy planes out of the air.
Other companies have tried and failed to crack the lucrative Chinese market.
Trump, Mattis and Haley have all suggested a strong response is necessary.
Trump's threat to cut trade with North Korea's trade partners could be bad for the U.S. economy, experts warn.
China has lambasted the West and its allies over recent weeks for promoting the "China responsibility theory" for North Korea.