Ferdinand Marcos Jr, son of a late dictator, says he would try to improve relations with China but gave few specifics during the campaign
The Asian region of 680 million people has strong trade and investment ties to Beijing and wants Washington to match that, experts say
Sovereignty issues, including control over eight uninhabited islets, are in focus as Chinese military asserts itself
As the two countries debate over South China Sea waters, US, Indonesia plan expansion of the Garuda Shield military exercises
The keeper of the world's largest maritime armed forces is expanding a key shipyard, working on a security deal in the South Pacific and stepping up coordination
Philippine President Duterte is pivoting back toward US-friendly stance after making friends with China, which is contesting maritime features with Manila government
Some Taiwanese fear their homeland could become a warzone like Ukraine. China claims the island as part of its territory and has not renounced use of force, if needed
New York Times report says Chinese leaders asked Russian counterparts to delay any attack until after the Winter Olympics. China rejects the report
Foreign Minister Wang Yi has talked with Ukrainian counterpart Dmytro Kuleba by phone, Chinese media say
A draft gaming bill for the tiny Chinese gambling enclave would limit the number of casino licenses and squeeze out junkets for the super-rich.
Better satellites, a peek at Mars and more people in orbit are among the goals outlined in the paper ‘China's Space Program: A 2021 Perspective’.
Washington has the option of defending Taiwan if China attacks.
Diplomatic boycotts are one thing, but many people just want to enjoy the competition.
As host of the February 4-20 Winter Games, Beijing expects about 2,800 athletes plus their delegations and a small group of spectators to converge in a COVID-19-free Olympic bubble.
China claims Taiwan as part of its territory despite the island’s sometimes defiant self-rule of 80 years and has not ruled out using force to reunite it with the mainland.
What the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership means for the 15 member countries.
The Chinese names will resonate with China’s population and give the government leverage in any future international court contest, scholars say.
Tech hardware, state investment and domestic spending are likely to lift China’s GDP, which now ranks No. 2 globally.
Beijing officials swung between weapons and diplomacy to mute or settle a chain of hot spots near its borders.
The country says it has faced world recession, pandemic issues, supply chain constraints as it strives to comply with 2020 agreement.