China’s State Council issued the first white paper on its Arctic policy on January 26, indicating that China will be neither “offside” nor “absent” in Arctic-related affairs and issues.
The gradual emergence and evolution of a quadrilateral alliance based on a new “Indo-Pacific” strategy could have a long-term impact on the geopolitical landscape of the region
Three Chinese judges worked for the former Yugoslavian war crimes tribunal through its 24-year session, fighting for justice on the world stage
China ponders the harsh tone toward the country in the Trump administration’s first national security strategy report
North Korea launched a new intercontinental ballistic missile on November 29, triggering wide concern in the international community.
The tax cut legislation that has dominated the US domestic policy agenda in recent months has been debated just as hotly in China.