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Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe is touting a liberal economic agenda and a cautiously tough stance toward China as his party campaigns ahead of snap... [Read More]
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Troops say they killed two ISIS-inspired masterminds behind a five-month war that has left more than 700 people dead and devastated a city... [Read More]
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The Philippines is ecstatic about slaying two rebel leaders in the besieged city Marawi. But the broader war can easily go on as rebels tend... [Read More]
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The government probably worked a bit of magic on the figures the ruling party's national congress opens Wednesday, but analysts say it probably didn't have... [Read More]
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The ruling party may take a softer or harder approach on the country's disputed claims to the South China Sea, It may also indicate business... [Read More]
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President Tsai Ing-wen's party said two years ago it would develop the island's own defense industry. Isolated by China, Taiwan can't easily buy arms abroad. [Read More]
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Chinese President Xi Jinping is expected to get new authority from his party this month for reforming the military so it's readier for a fight... [Read More]
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Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte saw approval ratings drop in the past quarter. China can help him stay popular if he plays it right. [Read More]
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Gary Alejano, a congress member with military connections, is spreading information about Chinese activity in Philippine-controlled waters, as president is trying meanwhile to be friends... [Read More]
China will come off as sympathetic to U.S. demands against North Korea next month but will do little to help. [Read More]
China has laid tracks into Myanmar, Pakistan and Sri Lanka in case it wants to open more military bases there someday. [Read More]
Taiwan's president says her island's government will protect regional peace and stability amid heightened tensions with rival China. In an annual National Day addr…... [Read More]
Chinese and Philippine firms hope to find oil in a disputed sea, China gave the Philippines 3,000 assault rifles to help beat Muslim rebels... [Read More]
As beer festivals come under fire in Malaysia, Indonesians debate their own alcohol laws. Three other Asian countries, all predominantly Muslim, already ban booze, though... [Read More]
Vietnamese fishermen regularly pop up in foreign-controlled waters, while their government holds numerous islets and loudly protests other maritime governments. [Read More]
The 19th ruling party congress in China this month should set direction on foreign policy affecting much of Asia and increase Beijing's economic clout across... [Read More]
Four Southeast Asian countries and Taiwan, all of which lay claims to the contested, resource-rich South China Sea, are still grappling with incidents among themselves... [Read More]
India, Japan and Russia are developing fighter jets similar to China's, but they will arrive late. American-made F-35s, however, may be able to match the... [Read More]
Manila's foreign secretary tells senior U.S. senator his country wants stronger economic relations with Washington, after year of resisting American influence... [Read More]
A win for Japanese PM Shinzo Abe's party this month gives it unfettered time to boost military defenses against China and North Korea. [Read More]
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