The region's democracies need to be defended, as does US nurturing of liberty
China's state-run media largely ignored the first known death sentences for last year's riots in Tibet.
A rare public appearance Thursday at the legislature, where he was unanimously reelected, came days after a missile launch.
A professor was beaten after visiting the grave of a discredited leader. Other previously tolerated activities have also become taboo.
An Italian researcher says he predicted Monday's quake. Is his claim credible?
Readers write about China's art market, how American automakers affect demand for their product, and why both the Western and Muslim worlds should consider what the Prophet would do.
Their assertion boosts US view that Pyongyang used Sunday’s launch to develop long-range missile technology, not to explore space.
Chinese contemporary painters hope the collapse will shake out speculators, leaving true collectors.