Tokyo says its forces been tracking seemingly coordinated efforts by China and Russia to circumnavigate Japanese territory this month.
U.S. officials are still watching for what they believe could be North Korea's first nuclear test in five years.
The Communist Party regime has not been able to encourage procreation.
Could a Taiwan territorial defense force tip the scales against China?
Not everyone believes the "no limits" partnership between Russia and China will last into the future.
China's President Xi didn't mention the United States by name, but struck a firm tone against much of Washington's current policies.
One lawmaker said he "wonders when we are just going to get the amendment to have a trillion-dollar defense budget because it seems that's where we are going."
The U.S. ambassador to China tweeted that the secretary of state's remarks were being repeatedly deleted from Chinese social media sites.
The Chinese air force has flown more than 500 sorties into Taiwan's air defense identification zone this year.
Taiwan says it would resist a Chinese attack on its own, but its citizens have gained renewed confidence in American assistance.
Washington and Beijing have traded words and sanctions on human rights abuses in Xinjiang, but now the U.S. is transferring some of the burden onto the business community.
Taiwan's foreign minister, Joseph Wu, has spearheaded a series of diplomatic engagements with local officials in Ukraine in recent weeks.
Countries, in our era of deglobalization, have just found new weapons.
China's dog and cat meat trade relies heavily on the illegal activity of animal stealing to sustain itself.
"It was horrifying to see so many dogs in such an appalling state, it was like a truck from hell for these poor animals," said Chinese activist Lin Xiong.
Chinese and Russian warships have become an increasingly common sight near the borders of Japan's territorial claims.
The remarks by the former generals come in the wake of China and Russia vetoing further sanctions against North Korea last month for the first time since 2006.
The Taiwan Policy Act of 2022 aims to strengthen U.S. ties with Taiwan and help the country protect itself against any potential aggression from China.
The Northern Hemisphere's summer solstice has been marked for thousands of years by people in different parts of the world.
China's launch of its third and most advanced aircraft carrier is part of a rapid military buildup.
A Chinese government news outlet pointed the finger at U.S. biolabs as a WHO report said further lab leak investigations were on the table.
The United States has vowed to continue operating "wherever international law allows."
The United States could soon be hit by a severe shortage of diesel exhaust fluid (DEF), impacting drivers already hit with record-high fuel prices.
"There is enough thorium in the United States alone to power the country at its current energy level for over 1,000 years," expert says.
Pentagon defense planner Colin Kahl says China remains the No. 1 challenge for the United States, despite the "acute" threat of Russia.
The international community needs to pay attention to the crisis in Sri Lanka, and the potential for renewed terrorism is not the only reason.
From fast radio bursts to pulsars and other strange signals, the alien-hunting FAST telescope has made a number of discoveries in its short life.
Moscow's version of events, if true, would represent the clearest public endorsement from Beijing since the invasion of Ukraine began more than 100 days ago.
An international team of researchers has authored a study claiming they may have discovered what is possibly the oldest human fossil in existence in China.
The leaders exchanged mutual backing of each other's core interests in what was their first publicized call since February.