Michael Swaine suggests concrete ways to improve U.S.-China relations.
A growing number of people around the world believe that China will eventually surpass the United States as the world’s premier superpower, if it hasn’t already, according to the latest survey of 22 countries released here Thursday by the Pew Global Attitudes Project.
China is modernizing its navy, but is it really about to build a network of overseas bases?
You may have watched the great British TV series “Blood on the Wire.” Is Apple “Blood on the Wireless”?
Fighting by Burma’s three largest ethnic minorities has flared up all at once.
Though a Republican, Jon Huntsman points the way to better relations with China.
Ai Weiwei has challenged the Chinese authorities with his art and his Tweets — who will win this political tug-of-war?
A poet reaches out to Chinese artist Ai Weiwei.
There’s too much blood on its phones, laptops, and tablets.
I don’t want that Apple.
India and China, two leading emerging economies in the world, are competing with each other, as well as Africa’s traditional western trading partners, to build a stronger relationship with Africa.
Beijing’s recent crackdown on human rights has revealed the importance of a new group of activists.
At nearly 200 meters high and 2.3 kilometers wide, the hydroelectric dam in Hubei, China, is creating a reservoir that will eventually stretch 600km (370 miles) to the west.
Across Africa, China has become known as the agent of mass construction, wisely bartering infrastructural development – chiefly mining-specific – for long-term access to strategic resources.
Monologist Mike Daisey takes on Apple and challenges audiences to exercise their consumer power to effect change.