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.
China has suggested it will create more air defense zones, which worries Southeast Asian nations that have territorial disputes with China.
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.