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  • President Obama meets with the Dalai Lama: less hoopla, please

    President Obama meets with the Dalai Lama: less hoopla, please

    President Obama met with the Dalai Lama Thursday. But instead of in the Oval Office, the meeting took place in the Map Room -- perhaps signaling a slight downgrading of the US relationship with the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader.

  • China hammers hard line on Tibet with warnings to Obama, Dalai Lama

    China hammers hard line on Tibet with warnings to Obama, Dalai Lama

    China hinted at repercussions on Tuesday if President Obama meets the Dalai Lama as planned. It also rejected any talk of autonomy at the latest round of Tibet negotiations over the weekend.

  • Global News Blog Beijing boasts of 'leapfrog development' in Tibet

    Despite $45.4 billion in investments since 2001 and more than a decade of double-digit economic growth, some observers question whether Tibetans have benefited as much as Han Chinese.

  • Google cyber attack: the evidence against China

    Google cyber attack: the evidence against China

    Hackers in China are attacking US companies like Google with 'professional quality, organization, and discipline' – raising the specter that the government is involved in the cyber attacks.

  • Google is latest target of aggressive hacking from China

    Google is latest target of aggressive hacking from China

    An attempt to break into Chinese activists’ Google Gmail accounts echoes last year’s massive Ghostnet attack, which spied on 1,000 computers worldwide. Both attacks originated in China and, some experts suspect, were linked to the government.

  • Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market

    Google vs. China: Google draws line at censorship in prize market

    Google challenged China censorship rules Tuesday – saying it would stop filtering its search engine results or leave the country – after it uncovered a vicious cyberattack on human rights activists.

  • Opinion Hillary Clinton: Obama's foreign-policy hawk

    Both Hillary Clinton and Barack Obama believe in engagement with foreign adversaries, but Secretary Clinton believes in engaging from a position of strength.

  • In Pictures Views of Mt. Everest

    Nepalese politicians take part in a cabinet meeting at Kalapattar Plateau near Mt. Everest on December 4, at an altitude of 17,192 feet. Nepalese ministers held their high-altitude meeting on a remote mountain plateau in the shadow of Mt. Everest to highlight the impact of global warming on the Himalayas. Prime Minister Madhav Kumar of Nepal and 22 other ministers, equipped with oxygen cylinders, travelled by helicopter for the gathering on the Kalapattar Plateau in the world's highest mountain range.

  • Why Obama makes little headway balancing US-China trade

    Why Obama makes little headway balancing US-China trade

    China’s growing economic clout and its role as lender to the US means Obama has less leverage to press for changes to US-China trade.

  • A Rumpole Christmas

    “A Rumpole Christmas” makes a holiday treat for the mystery lover on your shopping list.