So far, policymakers have maintained strong ties with both nations. In 2021, they may face a point of no return.
To secure Beijing’s economic and regional interests, a reliable democratic government is better than an unpredictable and expansionist military junta.
How China is outflanking the United States—and staying under the radar.
A U.S. judge awards $2.3 billion to the crew of the spy ship seized by North Korea and their families.
Foreign passport holders risk being trapped in China by nervous authorities.
The administration insists it can succeed where two U.S. presidents already tried and failed.
When it comes to sensitive industries like defense, democracy and the rule of law do matter.
Beijing and New Delhi may be disengaging in the Pangong Tso lake region, but their divisions are more fraught than ever.
The Western alliance is unprepared to counter the direct and growing challenge from Beijing.
China wants an unpopular billion-dollar project restarted, but it has walked a fine line around the coup.
The Chinese Communist Party claims ultimate control over Tibetan souls.
Censors have deliberately created a market ripe for propaganda.