Hong Kong democracy activist Nathan Law has gone into hiding a day after testifying to the US Congress about China’s new security law for the territory.Kyodo News
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Beijing has announced it is weighing retaliatory measures against the US and UK after London said it would process citizenship requests from some Hong Kong residents.
The Irrawaddy talks with veteran journalist and Myanmar analyst Bertil Lintner about China’s shifting geopolitical strategies and development ambitions.
Washington has vowed to keep up pressure on Beijing after China passed its controversial new security law for Hong Kong.
China’s parliament has enacted a national security law aimed at cracking down on protest activity in Hong Kong, according to local media reports.
Senior General Min Aung Hlaing met Indian Defense Minister Rajnath Singh in Moscow to discuss cooperation, as analysts say Myanmar seeks to balance Chinese influence.
The US is considering slapping punitive tariffs on Chinese seafood if it finds the country is not honoring their Phase 1 trade agreement.
Dismissing claims it has failed to recognize the suffering of Korean workers at World Heritage sites during WWII, Tokyo hit back at Seoul’s efforts to have them delisted.
The Ministry of Commerce says construction will start soon on the Kyaukphyu deep-
sea port, a key piece of China’s Belt and Road Initiative with access to the Indian Ocean.
Myanmar’s military says that Senior General Min Aung Hlaing’s visit to Russia this week will continue to bring the militaries of the two countries closer together.
Jobless due to COVID-19 and fearing arrest amid a crackdown on illegal migrants, six undocumented Myanmar workers in Malaysia have committed suicide in the past month.
Officials says the Arakan Army won’t destabilize Rakhine State's administration despite its serial attacks on security forces and officials resigning over security concerns.
After blowing up a liaison office, North Korea began making good on its vow to move troops into an area that had been demilitarized under an agreement with South Korea.
Twenty Indian troops were killed in a clash with Chinese soldiers on the two countries’ disputed Himalayan border amid escalating tensions on the frontier.