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China's more assertive foreign policy over the last two years has played a key role in getting two arch-conservatives — Japan's Shinzo Abe and South Korea's Park Geun-hye — elected to lead their respective countries. Some Chinese observers...
Tags: Beijing (China), Elections, China, Politics, North Korea
Richard Baum, a leading China expert at UCLA who founded a lively and influential Internet forum used by hundreds of scholars, diplomats, journalists and government officials to follow ideas and trends in contemporary Chinese politics, died Friday at...
BEIJING -- Japan scrambled F-15 fighter jets Thursday in response to a Chinese surveillance plane that flew over contested islands in the East China Sea, ratcheting up a dispute that is becoming increasingly worrisome to the international community....
Tags: Nanjing (China), Japan, Xi Jinping, China, Shinzo Abe
MENLO PARK — In just eight years, Facebook signed up more than half the world's Internet population. Now it's going after the rest. Facebook wants to reach every single person on the Internet whether they are logging on from a laptop in Santa...
Tags: Social Media, Russia, Emerging Market, Google Inc., AOL LLC
pix11.com | @wpixChinese Communist Party news site The People's Daily made news as the Onion's latest victim after running an article naming Kim Jong-un the "Sexiest Man Alive." Paired with a 55-photo gallery of the North Korean leader, the article reads: U.S. website...
Tags: Onions, Kim Jong Un
BEIJING — Who says the Chinese Communist Party doesn’t have a sense of humor? People’s Daily, the party’s official mouthpiece, ran a large feature on its website Tuesday on North Korea’s young leader Kim Jong Un being named...
Tags: Onions, Beijing (China), U.S. Congress, China, Literature
FrameworkThe Week in Pictures from around the world....
World NowTibetans greeted the opening of the 18th Communist Party Congress with fiery protests as a record number committed public self-immolations to mark their opposition to Chinese rule....
FrameworkPictures in the News | November 7, 2012...
FrameworkIn today's Pictures in the News: Americans line up to vote across the country, cleanup continues after super-storm Sandy struck the East Coast, Pakistani policemen patrol past a burning truck torched by an angry mob following sectarian killing in...
FrameworkIn Thursday's Pictures in the News: New York commuters take to public transportation in the wake of super storm Sandy, observances of All Saints Day in Barcelona, Spain, a rainbow appears over the Grand Palais in Paris, the Chinese Communist Party's...
World NowMEXICO CITY -- Mexico's lower house of Congress has passed a major labor-reform law -- the first changes in employment regulations in Mexico since 1970 -- that would alter the way bosses and employees interact before, during and after a job. For organized...
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