Why China's Xi Is Reluctant to Depose Kim Jong Un
If the North Korean state unravels, a massive tide of refugees will flow into China.
How and Why China is Building New Territory
The completion of another island and risk of militarization is a cause for U.S. concern.
What Are the Chances of a U.S. and China War?
As Tillerson arrives in Asia, China's aggressive expansionism continues.
Vietnam Demands China Stop Cruises in South China Sea
China has sent civilian visitors to the Paracel Islands, which Vietnam claims sovereignty over.
Vietnam Begins Dredging in Disputed South China Sea
It was the latest move by the Communist state to bolster its claims in the strategic waterway that China claims as its own.
Russia Ponders Soviet Bases in Cuba and Vietnam
The Russian Ministry of Defense is assessing plans put forward in parliament.
Vietnamese Propagandist 'Hanoi Hannah' Dies at 87
Trinh Thi Ngo's job 'was to chill and frighten' American GIs and convince them that the war was a losing effort.
As Duterte Visits Vietnam, U.S. Jibes Cast a Shadow
Vietnam's relations with the U.S. have quickly expanded in the wake of the escalating South China Sea dispute, putting the Philippines in an unexpectedly isolated position.
Should We Nuke Kim Jung Un Before He Nukes Us?
We are virtually sure to win a conventional war, but could not predict what might happen in a war that went nuclear.
Facebook Has the Right to Censor Its Content
If the situation were reversed, editors would be outraged.
Vietnam Is Failing to Unite Its Neighbors Against China
Some think China is preparing an "air defense identification zone" over the South China Sea.
Is Laos Moving From China to Vietnam and the U.S.?
Obama will become the first sitting president to visit the small nation when he joins global leaders for an Asian summit.
George Osborne Filmed Firing Machine Gun In Vietnam
The British MP was pictured handling the weapon while enjoying his summer holiday.
U.S. Needs South China Sea Strategy To Restrain Beijing
China's response to the U.N. verdict will determine what kind of power it will be.
South China Sea: Can the U.S. Calm the Waters?
Earlier this week, an international court ruling that denied China's claims to the South China Sea.
Beijing Has No Claim to South China Sea 'Islands'
China said it will not recognize the verdict.
Ruling Trips Military Alert in the South China Sea
If the ruling goes against China and Beijing responds with a show of force, it will be a critical test of how far the U.S. will go to support its allies.
British Backpacker Found Dead in Vietnam
Aiden Webb had been attempting to climb Fansipan mountain—the tallest in the country.
Wary of China, India to Sell Missiles to Vietnam
Selling the supersonic BrahMos missile would mark a shift for India, the world's biggest arms importer.
Muhammad Ali Was No Draft Dodger
Ali didn't flee to Canada or enroll in college to obtain a deferment. He stood firmly in the proud tradition of civil disobedience, saying, "Just take me to jail."
Obama Offers Asians Assurances on U.S. Election
"Sometimes our politics doesn't express all the goodness of the people," Obama said, without referring specifically to any of the presidential candidates.
Vietnam Stops Activists From Meeting Obama
U.S. President Barack Obama chided Vietnam on political freedoms.
U.S. Lifts Former Foe Vietman's Arms Embargo
Move points to the countries' shared concerns about China's increasing military power.
Vietnam Trip Aims to Forge New Ties With Old Enemy
Officials debate whether the president should roll back an arms embargo on Hanoi, which would anger China.
Vietnam Rights Record Putting Obama in a Fix
The president is expected to meet dissidents and will address human rights in Vietnam "both publicly and in private."
China Makes Military Landing on South China Sea Island
Security experts have warned this could be the first of many military flights.
Three Britons Dead at Vietnam Waterfall
Bodies of one man and two women have been recovered.
At Least 90 Dead as Temperatures Plummet in East Asia
Tens of thousands of tourists have also been stranded, as snow grounds flights.
Vietnam Protests After South China Sea Landing
Foreign Ministry spokesman Le Hai Binh said China had conducted a test-flight to the airfield.
U.S. 'Concerned' by Arrest of Vietnam Rights Activist
Nguyen Van Dai, who was badly beaten this month, was arrested last week for anti-state "propaganda.