Joe Biden has to work to rebuild Barack Obama’s relationship with Asean after four years of neglect, argues political commentator Kavi Chongkittavorn.
The commander of the US Navy’s Seventh Fleet said India’s role in the Quad defense grouping is important to regional stability as China increasingly flexes its muscles.
Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga and US President-elect Joe Biden have agreed to work together on battling COVID-19 and climate change.
An end to nuclear talks and even resumed testing by North Korea could result if Pyongyang senses a change in policy from incoming US President Joe Biden, observers say.
Tokyo and Washington are set to start negotiating a new fiver-year budget for Japan’s hosting of some 55,000 US military personnel.
The US Embassy praised Myanmar people for voting in high numbers despite COVID-19 and security challenges, and for moving the country along its ‘path to democracy’.
The campaign of US President Donald Trump has mounted legal challenges to vote counts as his rival Joe Biden begins to take an edge in the presidential election.
The US presidential race was shaping up as a battle for the key Midwestern swing states on Tuesday night as early results showed Trump and Biden neck and neck.
Defying Myanmar’s newly extended ban on flights, a US delegation arrived this week promising to boost investment in Myanmar.
The US International Development Finance Corporation says it wants to deepen bilateral ties with Myanmar to rebuild after COVID-19.
Lockheed Martin, Boeing and Raytheon are among the US companies China says it will hit with sanctions over Washington’s arms sales to Taiwan.
Visiting the key battleground state of Florida, US President Donald Trump returned to the campaign trail after declaring his recovery from COVID-19.
Two major Japanese suppliers of parts for Huawei smartphones are seeking approval from Washington to export chips to the Chinese firm amid US sanctions on the tech giant.
US President Donald Trump has faced renewed criticism of his handling of the coronavirus epidemic as the country’s death toll passed 200,000.
The World Trade Organization has ruled that 25-percent tariffs imposed by the US on $250 billion worth of Chinese imports run counter to international trade rules.