What was to be routine consultation may now be an emergency mediation session after North Korea threatens to pull out of upcoming summit
The government in Manila signed an agreement to help economically struggling Papua New Guinea with farming.
US summit preparations are moving forward, despite Pyongyang's threat to scrap June's Singapore meeting.
President's top economic adviser says US has given China detailed list of what it wants in trade negotiations.
But president also warns the impoverished nation faces being decimated if it does not make a deal with him.
Airlines, retailers and hoteliers all have been pressured to alter products and promotions that offended Beijing.
Investigations target former prime minister and long list of officials, companies, and institutions in multibillion dollar graft scandals.
Ruling party has made some reforms since the end of military rule, but public frustration looms as progress lags.
The US leader defends his call to help China's giant technology firm ZTE.
It is unclear if North Korea’s more confrontational posture reflects a change in policy or a negotiating tactic.
Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte gave a hand to 27 holdouts of a violent rebel group that fought a five-month war last year with government troops.
Popular opposition leader granted royal pardon after his party ousts long-ruling coalition in parliamentary elections.