Trump and Xi Park Trade War—For Now
But the U.S. president raises new uncertainties over the fate of the trade deal with Mexico and Canada.
Will Trump Hit Pause on the Trade War With China?
Under mounting pressure, the U.S. president needs a win at G-20 summit.
Trump’s Latest China Salvo Could Hurt U.S. Nuke Industry
Administration says Beijing is diverting U.S. nuclear technology for military use.
Trump Reaches for Checkbook Diplomacy to Counter China
Washington ramps up development finance to offer countries an alternative to Beijing’s deep pockets.
It’s No Longer Just a Trade War Between the U.S. and China
Vice President Pence’s fierce attack and allegations of tech spying escalate the conflict.
Is the Trade War About to Become a Currency War?
Some experts figure Beijing might risk further driving down the renminbi against the dollar.
Trump’s Trade War With China Could Hit Energy Exports
China places tariffs on natural gas, a fast-growing U.S. export.
Trump’s Trade War With China Is About to Get Supersized
Washington is levying more tariffs, leaving Beijing to retaliate in other painful ways, from Iran to North Korea.
Crisis in U.S. Nuclear Talks With Pyongyang Not China’s Doing, Experts Say
Beijing is angry over the U.S. trade war, but Trump’s own mishandling of North Korea talks are the main problem.
One Belt, One Road, One Happy Chinese Navy
Beijing is using commercial bridgeheads to give its warships staying power in the Indian Ocean.
Trump Makes American Coal Great Again — Overseas
U.S. coal exports have exploded. Can that continue?
The U.S. Wants Back in the TPP? Good Luck With That.
Asia is moving on without America when it comes to trade — and could be better off for it.
Kim to Trump: Let’s Make a Deal
Washington got just what it wanted from the pressure campaign. Now what?
Busting North Korea’s Sanctions-Evading Fleet
Washington aims to chase Pyongyang's illicit traders from the seas. It may be too late to matter.
Japan’s Own Belt and Road
Tokyo is ramping up international partnerships and investments to offer an alternative to Beijing’s signature foreign-policy project.
Why Is China Buying Up Europe’s Ports?
State-owned port operators are the aggressive leading edge of Beijing’s massive Belt and Road project.
Australia Is Worried About America’s Ability to Lead
The West needs a strong, committed, engaged White House to hedge against China’s inexorable rise.
On North Korea, Tillerson Plays Good Cop to Trump’s Bad Cop
Trump's provocative statements could drown out Tillerson's appeal for calm, as thousands of U.S. troops stationed in Guam are in the crosshairs.
To Fight Terror, Will Aussies Give Up Their Guns?
After recent attacks, the first national gun amnesty since 1996 encourages people to turn in unregistered weapons.
Trump’s Asia Policy Is More Confused Than Ever
Differences among top U.S. officials are complicating policy with the Asia Pacific community.