Indonesia's Widodo Walks Back South China Sea Comments
March 25 2015 2:34 PM EDT
Jakarta is treading lightly when it comes to the South China Sea dispute so as to not jeopardize relations with Beijing.
Chinese Wanderlust Not A Boon For All
March 16 2015 3:21 PM EDT
The tiny nation of Palau is struggling to handle the influx of thousands of Chinese tourists.
China Is Now Third-Largest Arms Exporter
March 16 2015 1:10 PM EDT
China is becoming a significant player in arms exports and is now eyeing Africa for even further expansion.
BBC May Give North Koreans An Earful Of The Outside World
March 13 2015 4:15 PM EDT
The British media company might attempt to penetrate North Korea's borders via shortwave radio.
Public Opinion Of China's Military Under Xi Jinping Soars
March 13 2015 12:08 PM EDT
If it comes down to military force on their own turf, China's citizens are confident in China's military capabilities.
Japan Gets Involved In The South China Sea Dispute
March 11 2015 5:04 PM EDT
Tokyo's plans for military exercises with Vietnam and the Philippines are drawing attention from Beijing.
Fake Apple Watches Surface In China
March 11 2015 12:19 PM EDT
Proliferation of knockoffs has been a good gauge of demand for the real thing. Galaxy Gear would love to have this problem.
Chinese Extremists Linked To ISIS Returning From Mideast: Party Boss
March 10 2015 2:16 PM EDT
Suspects linked to an attack in Guangzhou planned to join Islamic State group militants in the Middle East, a report says.
China's Military Should Be Japan's No. 1 Concern: Poll
March 09 2015 5:19 PM EDT
According to a Japanese public opinion poll, China's expanding military should be the country's No. 1 concern.
Watch 'Under The Dome,' The Documentary That China Banned
March 09 2015 11:46 AM EDT
A film that explores the nation's environmental challenges was removed from the Youku, Sohu, QQ and Tudou sites.
China Censorship Reform Could Save Filmmakers Millions
March 06 2015 4:45 PM EST
A proposed plan will make film production in China less risky for both domestic and foreign filmmakers.
A Year On, Coping With MH370 Loss Only Gets Harder
March 06 2015 1:24 PM EST
With every passing day, the surviving loved ones of those aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370 feel further from the truth -- and closure.
How 'House Of Cards' Built A China Fan Base
March 02 2015 4:43 PM EST
Frank Underwood is a symbol for China's government and laypeople -- but for different reasons.
Did UK Security Forces Push 'Jihadi John' To Extremism?
February 27 2015 10:59 PM EST
The former chief of MI6 denies that U.K. security forces had an influence in radicalizing individuals toward extremism.
Cosby Has Right To Discredit Sexual Assault Claims: Lawyers
February 27 2015 8:45 PM EST
Bill Cosby's lawyers are seeking to dismiss a defamation lawsuit against the comedian by saying he is acting in self-defense.
'We Will Hunt You Down,' Holder Tells 'Jihadi John'
February 27 2015 7:14 PM EST
Attorney General Eric Holder says sending U.S. troops to Syria to find 'Jihadi John' Mohammed Emwazi is not off the table.
Afghanistan's President Invited To Address Congress
February 27 2015 4:30 PM EST
Washington is hoping to foster improved relations with Afghanistan's new president, Ashraf Ghani.
China's US Tech Ban: Security Concern Or Market Manipulation?
February 26 2015 12:56 PM EST
China's government ban on U.S. tech companies is part of a long-running plan to wean off foreign tech services.
What Xi Jinping's New Plan Means For China
February 25 2015 6:40 PM EST
China's president has packaged his policies as the "four comprehensives," meant to guide the country for years.
Royal Family Challenges Abe's Revisionist Agenda
February 24 2015 4:39 PM EST
Recent comments made by the Imperial House contradict the view taken by Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe.