South China Sea
China is investing in military bases to project its power across the Asia Pacific and there's little the U.S. can do to stop it.
Chinese President Xi Jinping appears to be losing patience with Taiwan's ideas of independence and he's turning up the heat with military exercises.
“The Americans are our friends…. They can help us to deter any threat,” said Lieutenant General Rolando Bautista of the Philippine army.
As a trade war looms, China says it won't tolerate U.S. arms sales to self-ruled Taiwan.
China’s militarization of its island bases signified Beijing’s determination to assert its territorial claims, regardless of U.S. opposition.
In contrast to the allegedly scaled-down U.S. and South Korean drills, experts have commented on the unusually large formation of Chinese warships heading to the South China Sea.
Russia has agreed to a new military cooperation roadmap with Vietnam which will allow joint military training and maneuvers.
The carrier is a potent symbol of the ambition of China's modernized military.
China is holding drills bigger and more frequent than before at a time when it's making it clear that it will take Taiwan back by force if necessary.
Marine Corps will send more than 1,500 troops to Australia to train with several nations that claim the same waters China wants to commandeer as its own.
China’s foreign minister said that it was U.S. shows of force that were destabilizing the region, not Chinese island building.
After being accused by the U.K. and Australia of not doing enough on North Korea, China said it didn't start the nuclear crisis and didn't have the solution.
The HMS Queen Elizabeth and the HMS Prince of Wales aircraft carriers are being sent to underline London's belief in a "rules-based international system" of trade.
China's Haiyi (or "Sea Wings") unmanned underwater glider has broken world records and can instantly detect U.S. submarines in the tense South China Sea.
A U.S. warship sailed through the South China Sea where Taiwan, Vietnam and China all have territorial claims.
Amid renewed political tensions with the U.S., China has reportedly pursued a military buildup on the disputed Spratly Islands.
Is this the beginning of the end for the South China Sea conflict?
Images show planes that can detect heat waves, drones, and submarine periscopes being deployed in the South China Sea.
Following a joint Air Force and Navy drill in the contested waterway, China says it will continue to defend its national sovereignty.
China's relationship with South China Sea neighbors is often contentious.