Military and Security Developments Involving the People’s Republic of China 2011
Occupy Congress: Why Taiwan's youth are mobilizing to save their country's democracy
Five Revelations From the U.S. Embassy’s Beijing Pollution Data Dump - C...
The U.S. State Department recently posted a treasure trove of data showing hourly air-pollution readings taken since 2008 at an air-monitori
N. Korea blasts Obama-Dalai Lama meeting | World | DAWN.COM
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Strait Ahead? China's Fifth Generation Leaders And Taiwan Policy - Analysis
By Jacques deLisle Beijing’s current Taiwan policy is likely to remain in place as the People’s Republic of China (PRC) begins a transition
From Headline News to Banned Search Topic—China’s Take on Occupy Wall St...
China’s state-controlled media seem to enjoy giving a good lecture—particularly when the target is a meddlesome Western government that give
Naked mole rat genome may point way to long, healthy life
Researchers have unraveled the genome of the naked mole rat, a weird, long-lived creature whose most unusual feature is its resistance to ca
Blocked From China, Twitter Goes After Overseas Chinese | PCWorld Busine...
Twitter plans to offer a Chinese-language user interface in the coming weeks. But the company doesn't expect the bulk of the Chinese speakin
Katy Perry on babies: 'If it doesn't hurt... I'll keep popping them out'
Singer Katy Perry wants to have kids but, as she recently told Ellen DeGeneres, only if it doesn’t hurt.
Residents of another south China town protest development plans
Residents revolted Tuesday against development plans in yet another town in Guangdong province, redoubling the challenge to the Communist P
N. Korea makes fast progress on construction of nuclear plant
North Korea has made rapid progress constructing a nuclear reactor, with recent satellite images showing a reactor building whose outer wall
Obama visits Australia to announce expanded U.S. military presence
President Obama will use the trip to unveil an expanded military presence.