Top Chinese leaders and officials visit Tibet annually, but it is rare for foreign minister Wang Yi to visit the remote region
TikTok, WeChat to be banned in US in 45 days unless sold by parent companies, president Trump issues executive order
The twin executive orders that will take effect in 45 days, cited national security concerns.
In his criticism of Communist Party leadership, Xu opposed the removal of presidential term limits, which will allow Xi Jinping to stay in the post after 2023.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s efforts to rid India of the Himalayan millstone around its neck, and secure a border deal, have been spurned by China since 2014. In Beijing’s view, the unresolved border is a useful coercive tool.
China's actions in Hong Kong, on LAC with India are part of Communist Party's behaviour, says Mike Pompeo
The US secretary of state said these are the sort of actions that the authoritarian regimes take, and they have a real impact not only on people in Hong Kong, but a real impact on people all around the world
Rise of a paranoid superpower: Xi Jinping’s China is making costly strategic blunders in pursuit of greatness
China has alienated regional players and given rise to a renewed push for Asian multilateralism underwritten by the US.
Chinese govt mouthpiece Global Times takes aim at India's economic credentials after a week of tirades against Indian Army
Even as the Chinese foreign ministry announced Tuesday that People's Liberation Army and the Indian Army have agreed to take necessary measures to "cool down" the situation at their borders, recent coverage of Beijing's mouthpiece Global Times is a patchwork of anti-India tirade and systematic attacks on India's economic credentials
Galwan Valley Clash: Rahul Gandhi's attack on Narendra Modi during national crisis is testimony of Congress repeatedly ceding patriotic space
None of the other parties except for Congress has violated democracy’s unwritten code of standing with the government during an hour of national crisis.
India-China LAC clash will test move to disengage; political leadership's ability to resolve conflict offers no guarantee on preventing future tragedy
Leaders of both militaries know a nightmare confronts them: the transformation of a relatively peaceful LAC into a kind of India-Pakistan Line of Control, where troops trade fire on an everyday basis, in battles that serve no genuine strategic purpose.
As Xi Jinping escalates border crisis to divert attention from China's economic woes, India should steer clear of missteps in 1962 at Galwan Post
Every India-China crisis since 2013 has played to much the same script: a small local stand-off; a build-up of forces; a negotiated restoration of the status quo.
Toll in China due to coronavirus rises to 82 as Beijing reports first casualty; Chinese premier Li Keqiang visits Wuhan
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang Monday visited Wuhan, the first such trip by a top leader to the epicentre of the coronavirus outbreak, to boost the morale of millions of beleaguered people and medical staff,
China replaces its top Hong Kong official in first major change following months of pro-democracy protests
Wang Zhimin, the director of China's liaison office in Hong Kong who coordinates between the local government of the former British colony and the central government in Beijing, has been replaced, official media in Beijing reported.
Xinjiang’s drive to put minorities in jobs often feels less like a job fair and more like a military call-up.
Hong Kong Police use pepper spray, arrest 12 as protesters target shopping mall near border with China
More than a hundred protesters marched through a mall in Sheung Shui, Hong Kong on Saturday, chanting 'Go back to China'.
China accuses US of sinister intentions after Donald Trump signs Bill supporting Hong Kong protesters, warns of 'countermeasures'
The Chinese foreign ministry's statements came just hours after Trump signed the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019 into law.
Hong Kong protests: Despite opposition from China, Donald Trump signs bill supporting pro-democracy demonstrators
The 'Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act of 2019', which reaffirms and amends the United States-Hong Kong Policy Act of 1992, specifies US policy towards Hong Kong, directs assessment of the political developments in Hong Kong, and other purposes.
Hong Kong election landslide results signal more frictions with China; city's pro-Beijing camp in full retreat
In the run-up to local elections in Hong Kong on Sunday, Beijing and its allies in the city were portraying the vote as a way to hear the voice of a silent majority after nearly six months of increasingly violent anti-government protests
Leaked Chinese documents reveal details of crackdown on Uighur Muslims in Xinjiang province, says NYT report
Human rights groups and outside experts say more than one million Uighurs and other mostly Muslim minorities have been rounded up in a network of internment camps across the far-western Xinjiang region of China
Riot police in Hong Kong storms shopping malls to thwart protests; at least five injured in knife attack, two in critical condition
The protests began in early June over a now-shelved plan to allow extraditions to mainland China but have since swelled into a movement seeking other demands, including direct elections for Hong Kong's leaders and an independent inquiry into police conduct
German DJ Zedd has been permanently banned by China for liking a tweet from the South Park official Twitter account. Zedd, whose real name is Anton Zaslavski, shared the news on Twitter.