The author examines the vastly contrasting styles of Japan's neighbors China and South Korea as they respond to TEPCO's release of treated water off Fukushima.
China and Russia are not qualified to lead the BRICS grouping. China is bullying neighbors in the South China Sea, and Russia continues to invade Ukraine.
The author offers insight into today's China by analyzing the CCP's anti-Japan campaign, Xi's alleged speech in Beidaihe, and questions about his mental state.
Like a ticking time bomb, even a relatively small explosion within the huge Chinese financial world could lead to a large-scale financial crisis.
Wang Yi is trying to divide the West's Asian allies in racially charged speech. The real clash, however, is between free democracies and revisionist states.
"Xi … failed to win the hearts of the party, the military, the officials, and the people. What has happened to Qin Gang can happen to...
Could a purge of the highest ranks of China's Rocket Force, perhaps triggered by data leak suspicions, provide clues into the disappearance of Qin Gang?
After Qin Gang disappeared, several officials of China's Rocket Force were ousted from their roles. Netizens have also been scouring for clues on social media.
The CCP runs China's foreign policy — the new Foreign Relations Law ensures that from being an all-pervasive, unwritten understanding, it is now a hard law.
Irritated by South Korea's growing ties with the US and Japan, China aims to create discord by exploiting opposition to the release of Fukushima treated water.
According to reports, China could be pursuing a politico-military advantage in Tibet to enhance its capacity for swift military deployment in border regions.
More stimulus alone won't work. Nikkei should know with China's aging population, there is zero chance of a turnaround in demand for condominiums in the future.