Of the ways one might choose to visit China for the first time, traveling with a delegation of American journalists, as I did in September,...

The “Genocide Olympics” is what Mia Farrow has called the games scheduled to open next summer in Beijing. The actress has been protesting China’s role...

Though our leaders are loath to admit it, the United States is almost two decades into what is likely to prove a protracted geopolitical rivalry...

To the Editor: Gordon G. Chang’s article misunderstands China in a way that is typical of Westerners who look at the country through a certain ideological...

To the Editor: I am a big fan of Joshua Kurlantzick, and I cite his work several times in my new book, The Coming China Wars....

Thirty years ago this past September, Mao Zedong, hero to the Chinese nation, died in the Communist-party compound in the center of Beijing. During his...

In October 2003, George W. Bush arrived for his first visit to Australia, a country that for a half-century has been one of America's closest...

China Shakes the World: A Titan’s Rise and Troubled Future—And the Challenge for America by James Kynge Houghton Mifflin. 217 pp. $25.00 China’s Trapped Transition: The Limits of...

The 20th century was remarkable not only for the number and scale of the atrocities it witnessed but also for the slowness with which these...

China Hands: Nine Decades of Adventure, Espionage, and Diplomacy in Asia by James Lilley with Jeffrey Lilley Public Affairs. 417 pp. $30.00 How does the United States exercise...

No one can doubt that the Democratic People's Republic of Korea (“North Korea”) has been, for the half-century of its existence, one of the handful...

  To the Editor: Arthur Waldron’s conclusion that the U.S. should support Taiwan is appealing, but the way he arrives at it is misleading [“Our Stake in...