More academics say their work is coming under a cloud that has Mao-era features as President Xi Jinping tightens the screws on independent thought.
Hong Kong annually marks the 1989 crackdown on Chinese protesters in Beijing and across China with a large outpouring of solidarity. Leaders of last year's 'Umbrella Movement' have a different take.
In a new strategy unveiled today, the South China Sea continues to be a potential flashpoint for China and its neighbors, and between Washington and Beijing.
A round-up of global commentary for the May 25, 2015, weekly magazine.
In a letter to Prime Minister Shinzo Abe, 187 scholars say Japan's wartime history has become 'distorted by nationalist invective' at a time of growing regional tensions.
Meth has overtaken heroin as the most widely used drug in Asia's most populous country – and it could pose an even greater threat.
A report in the Wall Street Journal suggests that US defense officials may have underestimated North Korea's nuclear capability.