Few diplomatic achievements in history have garnered such universal praise as the rapprochement between the United States and the People’s Republic of China (PRC) that...

The Meaning of Ichiro: The New Wave from Japan and the Transformation of our National Pastime by Robert Whiting Warner Books. 272 pp. $25.95 The subtitle of this...

  To the Editor: Arthur Waldron thinks the U.S. has erred in seeing China as the key to the North Korean situation [“Our Game with North Korea,”...

For the world generally, few possibilities can be more frightening than that North Korea will succeed in developing nuclear weapons. Possession of such an arsenal...

To the Editor: Arthur Waldron is right that last summer’s enormous demonstrations in Hong Kong against new laws on subversion, treason, and sedition demolish Washington’s wishful...

We have heard all this before, many times. Unfortunately, it does not become more convincing with the retelling. In “The Chinese Sickness” [July-August], Arthur Waldron...

For most of the six years since its return to Chinese control in 1997 under the rubric of “One Country, Two Systems,” Hong Kong has...

The strange synergy between Chinese misrepresentations of reality and the Western desire to believe those misrepresentations takes many forms, but for the latest example one...

To the Editor: Joshua Muravchik’s argument that the U.S. should consider initiating military action against North Korea ignores the immense harm that such an attack would...

Early last October, North Korea admitted that it had been secretly continuing to develop nuclear weapons despite a 1994 agreement with the U.S. not to....

To the Editor: I found Arthur Waldron’s “A Free and Democratic China?” [November 2000] to be one of the most insightful articles I have read on...

(Ret.) Lieutenant General William E. Odom: In “The Struggle for Mastery in Asia” [November 2000], Aaron L. Friedberg offers a very textured and thoughtful analysis of...