China’s zero-COVID policy, which features strict local lockdowns, has caused economic activity to slump. The Chinese public is losing patience.
At the Japan-China Summit, Xi Jinping refused to rule out using military force against Taiwan, and showed he still had ambitions for the Senkakus.
Winning an unprecedented third term at the 20th Chinese Communist Party congress will give Xi Jinping the freedom to change the status quo by force.
Democracies around the world cannot ignore the destabilization of East Asia. They should be prepared to stand up to China and Russia when necessary.
Putin and Xi pick International Democracy Day for a summit of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization, as the UN raises an alarm on growing threats to democracy.
The significance of Japan-China talks lies in the candid exchange of opinions, even though it may be painful for the Chinese leaders to hear.
Gone from the latest version of the white paper is China’s promise not to send military forces and administrators to the island after unification.
Loosening the tariffs even in a limited way would amount to implied tolerance for China’s continuing unfair trade practices and hegemonic activities.
Security tight, Chinese leader Xi Jinping went to Hong Kong to inaugurate a hardline chief executive. Activists say Chinese rule is becoming more totalitarian.
How is Japan preparing to deter the aggression of this distinctly strong anti-Western alliance?
The emergence of China in the post-Ukraine conflict world will be a seismic shift that will challenge every major democratic player, globally and regionally.
The Dalai Lama’s liaison for Japan and East Asia predicts that Russia’s Putin will fail in Ukraine just like China has failed to erase Tibet’s religion,...