China Gets Tough With North Korea

By siding with the US in sanctioning North Korea, China improves relations with Japan and consolidates its regional power
Susan L. Shirk
October 26, 2006

Made in China: Wal-Mart Unions

Success of Chinese unions could foreshadow unionization for Wal-Mart elsewhere in the world
Anita Chan
October 12, 2006

North Korea’s Nuclear Gamble

The nuclear test challenges South Korea and Japan and shakes the US-dominated Asian security
Shim Jae Hoon
October 10, 2006

Can a White House Visit Shore Up a Sagging US-South Korea Alliance?

Two allies, once strong, quarrel over how to end the North Korean nuclear threat
Morton Abramowitz
September 14, 2006

North Korea’s Missiles Backfire

With Beijing and Moscow on the UN sanctions bandwagon, it’s time for a hard decision by Kim Jong Il
Shim Jae Hoon
July 18, 2006

Time to Lift North Korea’s Quarantine

Financial sanctions only exacerbate the nation’s rogue behavior
John Feffer
June 8, 2006

Factory Farming Blamed for Massive Bird Flu Outbreak: Experts

Crowded conditions for poultry accelerate the spread of disease
Kim Da-sol
January 6, 2017

More Chinese Send Children to US Schools

Parents appreciate the independent thinking and opportunities
Miriam Jordan
January 5, 2017

China Central Bank Extends Emergency Loans to Financial Firms

Local and global factors contribute to a massive credit crunch
Rachel Rosenthal and Yifan Xie
December 22, 2016

Takeaways on China's Theft of a US Drone in Philippine Waters in the South China Sea

China snatched underwater research drone and returned five days later
Ankit Panda
December 21, 2016

Beijing Says Friendly Sino-US Ties Rely on One-China Policy

Comment by the US president-elect on longstanding policy could increase pressures for Taiwan
Kristin Huang, Liu Zhen and Teddy Ng
December 12, 2016