Xi Jinping told Biden, "Planet Earth is big enough for the two nations to succeed," showing no change in its hegemonic stance vis-à-vis other nations.
The Kishida-Xi talks didn't touch on China's detention of Japanese nationals, the situation in the East China Sea or Beijing's military activities around Japan.
"We need concrete action. I urge countries involved with China to place their conscience and humanity over money" — Gulbahar Haitiwaji, former Uyghur detainee.
China's massive Belt and Road initiative cost a trillion dollars and failed to achieve any goals. Now, Xi Jinping is recasting it as "small and beautiful."
The former British prime minister and other global lawmakers gathered in Tokyo on February 17 to send one unifying message: the need to stand up to...
"We cannot just let China act as it wants," warns Japanese Diet member Keiji Furuya, leader of a cross-parliamentary human rights group in Tokyo.
With his term extended for an historic additional five years, Xi Jinping may be feeling invincible and strong. But he must know that nothing is permanent.
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.
"We need more people to join us in this fight. We need to use the conscience of Japan to help make up for what is broken...
As victims of Beijing’s ethnic cleansing shared their experiences at a New York conference, it became impossible to see the Uyghur genocide as a distant crisis.
Amicable relations with a stable Beijing has proved a fantasy. In fact, Tokyo needs to conduct a wholesale reframing of our relations with that country.
Democracies around the world cannot ignore the destabilization of East Asia. They should be prepared to stand up to China and Russia when necessary.