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  • May 05 , 2015

    The U.S. and Asia have just been through two busy weeks of diplomacy. The annual summit of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) wrapped up in Kual

  • May 02 , 2015

    A summit meeting, state dinner and address to a joint meeting of Congress—Shinzo Abe received the symbols of mutual respect a close ally deserves on his visit

  • Apr 30 , 2015

    Governments around the world are rushing humanitarian supplies to Nepal after Saturday’s 7.8-magnitude earthquake killed at least 4,400 people and left tens of

  • Apr 30 , 2015

    No, America isn’t opposed to the Chinese-led Asian Infrastructure Investment Bank. News reports and editorials to that effect – which have been legion in rece

  • Apr 23 , 2015

    China’s stock frenzy has calmed at least momentarily, with the Shanghai and Shenzhen markets roughly even in the two trading days since regulators this weekend

  • Apr 18 , 2015

    The Chinese economy continues to slow, as first-quarter figures released Wednesday show. Yet stock prices are soaring. The Shanghai market’s main index rose 2.

  • Apr 17 , 2015

    Chinese authorities last month arrested five Chinese women who were planning a campaign against sexual harassment on public transportation. Amid an internationa

  • Apr 15 , 2015

    Last month, in his annual report to China’s legislature, Premier Li Keqiang set the target for 2015 growth at just 7%—the slowest rate in 25 years. But Mr. Li

  • Mar 21 , 2015

    The Obama Administration has advertised that by using “smart power” it would enhance U.S. influence around the world. So it’s worth noting an episode in whic

  • Mar 12 , 2015

    Citizens of modern democracies often take for granted the muckraking journalism that goes along with a free press. Yet for most Chinese such reporting is new an

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