Washington can be a very self-centered town.
Admiral John Aquilino, Biden's choice to lead U.S. forces in the Indo-Pacific, told senators on Tuesday that combined allied forces in the Western Pacific would deter a Chinese attack against Taiwan.
The U.S. foreign policy establishment is effectively treating China as it treated the Soviet Union for over four decades: as an overriding, existential danger to American power that seeks to rewrite the rules as they've existed since World War II.
Clips, shared widely on social media, show China's top foreign affairs chief, Yang Jiechi, clash with Antony Blinken, his U.S. counterpart.
The Japanese government said in the past that everything is "under control," but measurements from the ocean show that the reactors are still leaking radiation.
How President JoeBiden responds will be watched closely, by friend and foe alike.
Taking the second wave seriously, Chinese authorities have imposed lockdown measures in at least 11 regions in three provinces.
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With President Trump all but gone from the White House, and the faltering Joe Biden preparing to move in, it looks as though China's quest for world domination is back on track.
The law also allows the fast-tracking of sexual assault cases, as part of a wider effort to address sexual violence against women and children in the in the country.
In effect, Beijing, for all intents and purposes, ended representative governance in Hong Kong on Wednesday.
Fifty countries, including the U.S., were reported to still be "near the peak of their infection curve," according to data compiled by Reuters.
The hostility of the political establishment, particularly in the realm of foreign policy, to President Trump is proportional to the challenge he poses to its power, privilege and agenda.
Xi Jingping's desire for regional—and global—hegemony knows no bounds.
Shinzo Abe has skillfully handled the U.S.-Japan relationship.
Author, commentator and Newsweek columnist Gordon G. Chang debates NYU School of Law professor and Council on Foreign Relations adjunct senior fellow Jerome Cohen.
The quandary of Taiwan, a pivotal issue for U.S.-China relations, calls for caution and nuance, not recklessness.
Japan should be more than a junior partner for the U.S.
2020 saw record numbers of swarms of locusts across East Africa and southwest Asia, with experts warning climate change could increase their frequency.