The latest news on China
The new president favors improving relations with China, cooling a worrisome flashpoint for the region.
The incident triggers food-safety alarm among Japanese consumers.
Washington is quiet about China's crackdown and rejects boycotting the Summer Olympics in Beijing.
Small but strong, Singapore is ideal for American businesses looking East.
HONOLULU—"It was like something out of Star Wars," said a senior defense official who watched in a Pacific Command control room here as the U.S. military shot down its broken reconnaissance satellite last night. The satellite was traveling at upwards of 17,000 mph with 1,000 pounds of hydrazine--that's "a hazardous fuel which could pose a danger to people on Earth," as the Department of Defense explained in a release.
These foreign government-controlled investment vehicles are a new target for economically anxious America.
China's leaders see the Olympic Games as an opportunity to dazzle the world
Much of the news about human-rights abuses in China emerged from the living room of Hu Jia.
The Pentagon's latest plan to shoot down a dead spy satellite is likely to stir up a fair amount of international controversy.