China's defense ministry confirmed and appeared to downplay the incident, but commentary in the state-run news agency took a more aggressive tone on who's to blame.
Taiwan's calls for talks about China's new air zone aren't being taken too seriously. Here's why there may be something more to them.
Only 14 percent of ordinary Chinese and 1 percent of military respondents hope their country will become the single world leader, according to a study released today.
Regional ties are at a new low since China's unilateral announcement, but China may be willing to endure short-term displeasure for long-term gains.
Beijing wants to change the status quo in the East China Sea. US officials think it unlikely that China will challenge military flights.
The dismissal of an outspoken academic at China's top university has sparked renewed debate over the degree to which US universities abroad can maintain their core values.
Xia Yeliang, an outspoken government critic was dismissed from his teaching job at China's top university last month.
An audacious attack on Beijing's Tiananmen Square has cast attention on the ethnic minority that China often calls terrorists. That label does not apply to most Uighurs.
Felled by scandal, the charismatic Chinese leader could not talk his way out of a life sentence.