Recent violence in China has drawn attention to the Uighurs. Who are they?
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Gay marriage in China could prove to be both socially and politically valuable for that country. More so, the stigmas gays face in America aren't as pronounced as they are in China.
The “Pivot” to Asia is unrealistic if its goal is to contain China’s influence in Asia, a region they consider their back yard.
Xi Jinping emerged as China’s top leader on Thursday. With just 1 vote against him, he has an “electoral mandate” that any U.S. president would salivate over.
The strike in Guangzhou shows that in China free speech is a slowly evolving concept. It also highlights growing regional and class divides in the country.
In 2013, China's economy will be faced with new opportunities and challenges. Most notably, the country will have to wean itself off real estate fueled growth and into more productive areas.
Real-time commentary on the foreign policy debate, the third and final of the presidential debates.
Protests against Japan's recent efforts to buy the disputed Diaoyu islands spread to cities across China Saturday, and in some cities turned violent.
China's next leader is visiting the U.S. at a time when politicians from both sides of the aisle are increasingly aggressive on confronting China. But is any of this rhetoric useful?
China is worried about possible security and migration concerns in the wake of the North Korean leader's death.
OWS has focused attention on economic inequality; now the movement must find a way to shift political vocabulary that still treats "free markets" as religious doctrine and "liberal" a dirty word.
Romney's core policy vision of increased defense spending is misguided.
American's should stop placing the blame on China for the country's economic woes, and focus on fixing the growing income inequalities by investing at home.