To the Editor: I agree with Arthur Waldron that China’s economic reforms over the past twenty years have produced an increasingly pluralistic society and a weakening...

Fifty long years have passed since Communist China came into being, and there is still no sign that Communism is on the way out. The...

Over the course of the next several decades there is a good chance that the United States will find itself engaged in an open and...

To the Editor: Robert Elegant’s review of Stanley Weintraub’s Mac-Arthur’s War [June] and, apparently, the book itself preserve the tradition of “leaving war to the generals”...

To the Editor: I found most of Tamar Jacoby’s piece [“In Asian America,” July-August] insightful and interesting, but as a recent graduate of Yale College I...

To the Editor: Aaron L. Friedberg’s excellent article [“Will We Abandon Taiwan?”, May] covers most of the relevant questions concerning relations between China and Taiwan and...

One could not have asked for more perfect, southern-California weather. Asian-American organizers were expecting a big turnout for their rally at the Los Angeles campus...

Over the past decade, the American foreign-policy establishment has been preoccupied above all with the aftereffects of the collapse of the Soviet empire in Europe....

A little less than four years ago, a high-ranking Chinese officer issued a thinly veiled threat to the United States. In a conversation with a...

To the Editor: I hope you will permit me, at this late date, to comment on David Gress’s review of The Wealth and Poverty of Nations...

To the Editor: In “Beijing 1947” [July], Michael Loewe mentions the raging inflation under the Nationalist government of Chiang Kai-shek in the years following World War...

“I hate our China policy!” Bill Clinton is reported to have shouted during a White House meeting in 1994, just after he had bowed to...