Myanmar is right to worry about Beijing’s influence, but China-bashing isn’t the answer. The message to China—and to all—should be clear: Respect Myanmar’s sovereignty.
Hong Kong condemns attack on the city’s justice secretary, Teresa Cheng, who was pushed to the ground in London by protesters shouting ‘murderer’.
Protesters paralyze parts of Hong Kong for a fourth straight day, forcing school closures, blocking highways and disrupting rail services amid an escalation in violence.
After years of hardship in camps, thousands of war refugees want a guarantee of peace before going home, as they don’t want to become IDPs again.
Hong Kong prepares for further violence on Wednesday as anti-government protesters vow to shut down parts of the city for a third day.
Many of China’s BRI plans are repackaged versions of previously shelved projects driven by the Yunnan provincial government and Chinese state firms, a new study finds.
US companies walk a tightrope at the China International Import Expo in Shanghai, with the fate of a deal to defuse a trade war between the countries still up in the air.
Various international models are available, but one way or another the Myanmar military must address the demands of ethnic minorities if the country is to achieve peace.
Bangladesh army chief General Aziz Ahmed reportedly set to visit Myanmar from Dec. 8-13; trip follows high-profile visit to China.
RCEP trade deal will lower tariffs between Asian markets accounting for nearly a third of global population; India’s withdrawal seen strengthening Beijing’s hand in Asia.
Junius Ho, a hardline pro-Beijing legislator in Hong Kong, hospitalized after knife attack.
Chinese envoy Sun Guoxiang meets Northern Alliance members in Yunnan province, urges continued engagement with peace process, according to TNLA.
Chinese President Xi Jinping says countries need to remove trade barriers, vows to provide more market and investment opportunities.
ASEAN sets sights on February 2020 signing date for world's largest trade bloc, including China, despite new demands from India.
Beijing’s China Daily newspaper calls for "tougher line" against Hong Kong protesters after Xinhua news agency and other buildings associated with China are targeted.