President Barack Obama said during the visit of Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping in February that “we welcome China’s peaceful rise [and] we believe that a...

These days, it is said, the industrialized world economy is like a beauty pageant for the unattractive in which the victor will be the contestant...

She held the large plastic bucket in front of her as the midwife severed the umbilical cord with a blood-smeared butcher knife before tossing the squirming...

The wind has changed in India’s capital, though not in a way that might disperse the ever more noxious smog produced by the thousands...

For quite some time now, the cause of Tibet and Tibetan Buddhism has enjoyed a phenomenal vogue in the advanced circles of the West....

Their Honor, and Ours Retribution: The Battle for Japan, 1944-45 by Max Hastings Knopf. 656 pp. $35.00 Never really prepared for war, America has always hated the...

To the Editor: It would be unwise for America to construct policy on the basis of Gordon G. Chang’s belief that China’s economy will stagnate and...

To the Editor: Sadanand Dhume has done an excellent job updating the status of the often complex relationship between India and the U.S, and...

To the Editor: As an American who has been living in China for the last five years, I found Gary Rosen’s article simplistic [“My...

In his recent book, The Age of Turbulence, Alan Greenspan identifies the only nation that, in his view, can challenge the United...

To the Editor: Toward the beginning of his article, “Are We Ready for China?” [October 2007], Aaron L. Friedberg poses two stark questions: “What if the...

Last fall, to mark the 60th year of national independence, the government of India and the Confederation of Indian Industry launched a public-relations blitz in...