If the tariff battle between the United States and China escalates, some airports and seaports will be hit harder than others.
If the Chinese economic miracle is at an end, Beijing can forget its dream of bringing Taiwan under the People’s Republic rule.
Sam Brownback, the U.S. ambassador for religious freedom, is pressing the Trump administration to impose sanctions on Chinese leaders associated with the country's crackdown on faith groups, according to two congressional aides briefed by the administration.
Defense Secretary Jim Mattis held talks with Chinese officials on Wednesday, marking the first face-to-face encounter between leaders of the countries' militaries since the United States declared Beijing to be a primary challenge to American security.
The U.S.-China trade war is ramping up, with threatened tariffs and counter-tariffs. Major U.S. targets have included Chinese tech companies ZTE and Huawei, putting a spotlight on China's plan to become a technology powerhouse.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Un landed in Beijing on Tuesday for a two-day visit at which he's expected to meet with Chinese leaders and discuss his next steps after last week's nuclear summit with U.S. President Donald Trump.
On Friday, the Trump administration ramped up tariffs on Chinese products, the latest in a series of U.S. potshots against China's trade practices. But there's a deeper trade rift that may have more far-reaching consequences if neither China nor the Trump administration changes course.
U.S. Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin may soon visit Beijing to help settle a ballooning trade dispute, Chinese officials and their media said Monday.
Over the past year China came out with a homemade aircraft carrier, a fighter jet that’s on a level with the world’s best and its own mid-sized civilian aircraft. The country that also raised defense spending by 7% this year just announced via state media that it had tested the world’s biggest seaplane.