A U.N. panel of health experts released a report Monday that highlights slow responses to COVID-19 in early 2020.
While announcing new sanctions on U.S. officials, a Chinese official criticized Mike Pompeo's tenure as secretary of state for undermining U.S.-China relations.
Taiwan's foremost defense analyst said a successful takeover by Beijing would turn the island into "China's Hawaii," giving the Chinese military the ability to strike at the U.S. West Coast.
On Monday, President Donald Trump ordered federal agencies to investigate the risks of using Chinese-made drones.
A new poll of 15,000 people across 11 nations found skepticism of the continent's close relationship with the U.S. after four tumultuous years of President Donald Trump.
Wu Deren reportedly stabbed judge Hao Jian with a knife he brought to court in Heilongjiang Province, China. Dissatisfied with the divorce settlement and armed with a knife, Deren waited for Jian in the court hall before stabbing him in the chest.
The dual elections in Kazakhstan and Kyrgyzstan offer crucial insights for Biden's approach toward to those critical neighbors of Russia—and vital corridors for China's ambitious Belt and Road Initiative.
Trump could both box in his successor and solidify his recalibration of U.S.-China policy with one brilliant diplomatic move.
Laura Rosenberger has warned that Beijing is spreading disinformation to try and dodge blame for the pandemic.
Beijing is becoming increasingly belligerent, but like-minded countries could help ensure China's "heavy-handed" tactics do not work, Taiwan's foreign minister Joseph Wu said Wednesday.
Taiwan can expect to play a similar role as Joe Biden ushers in his own Indo-Pacific strategy consistent with the views of top advisers such as Kurt Campbell, a Taipei analyst said.
The U.S. has banned cotton and tomato imports from Xinjiang, which are reportedly harvested using the forced labor of Muslim prisoners.
The WHO's 15-person delegation was cut by two after the members tested positive for coronavirus antibodies while in Singapore.
Now, as the Trump presidency comes to a close, the administration is taking a final major step to cement U.S.-Taiwan relations.
"The U.S.' political focus is always far away from the public's urgent needs," The Global Times editorial said.
From Yemen to China and Taiwan, the departing administration is doing all it can to hamstring its successor's diplomats.
Taiwan's national security think tank told Newsweek that Beijing could use the amended legislation to legitimize military action in defense of its national interests.
China's hawkish state media personality called for a firm response to new developments in U.S.-Taiwan ties, but an analyst told Newsweek the Chinese military was unlikely to act in the coming days.
"Every time there's a positive movement, Beijing reacts irrationally, including military intimidation or inflammatory rhetoric," the Taipei Economic and Cultural Office in New York told Newsweek as the Chinese Foreign Ministry warned of a "dangerous path."
Kelly Craft, the U.S. ambassador to the United Nations, is scheduled to visit Taipei in another high-level diplomatic call which has drawn Beijing's ire.
Local media reports said the 48-year-old employed by Alibaba-owned delivery service Ele.me was now in critical condition after suffering burns on 80 percent of his body.
After Mike Pompeo made the unprecedented move to remove restrictions on U.S.-Taiwan diplomatic exchanges on Saturday, a Biden spokesperson said the president-elect would continue to support Taiwan.
At the outset of 2021, few Americans understand the disturbing degree to which Christians and Uighur Muslims in China are persecuted.
"If the U.S. side insists on going its way, it will pay a heavy price for its wrong words and deeds," Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesperson Hua Chunying warned.
President-elect Biden's pick for secretary of state, Antony Blinken, had tweeted in support of Hong Kong, saying the new administration would stand up to Beijing.
The president's most recent orders include a ban on transactions with eight Chinese software applications, including popular mobile payment platforms Alipay and WeChat Pay.
China's foreign ministry further pushed the false equivalence on Thursday when its spokesperson accused the United States of double standards.
the president has one unresolved China item on his desk that could be his administration's most consequential China policy yet: a formal finding, under the Genocide Convention, of genocide in Xinjiang.