It remains unclear whether the Trump administration’s stance towards North Korea will actually be any different than the strategy under President Obama.
In Xinjiang, attacks on religious expression have long been seen as one dimension of a larger government campaign to repress Uyghur ethnic identity.
As China’s economy and population continue to grow, new housing patterns have emerged to address its urban housing needs.
As China transforms into an increasingly service-based, first-world economy, a less involved United States will only accelerate China’s process of geopolitical and economic expansion.
China’s ban on North Korean coal marks a major shift in its strategy for dealing with the country, but not necessarily a change in its core interests.
While Rohingya Muslims are oppressed in Myanmar, State Counsellor Aung San Suu Kyi has stayed silent.
The economy of Nauru has stagnated since the phosphate mines dried up. An obesity epidemic has ensued that the nation must address with its limited means.