China is sending Vice President Han Zheng to the U.N. General Assembly’s annual high-level debate. The announcement by the Ministry of Foreign Affairs on Friday suggests the country’s most senior diplomat, Wang Yi, will not attend this year’s gathering of world leaders at United Nations headquarters
The Biden administration plans to increase scrutiny of the investment plans of foreign-owned companies operating in the United States.
Pope Francis’ Ukraine peace envoy has discussed the need to resume the stalled Ukraine grain export deal to feed the world’s hungry during a meeting with a Chinese official in Beijing.
China’s Commerce Ministry has protested a decision by the European Union to investigate exports of Chinese electric vehicles, saying it is a protectionist action aimed at distorting the supply chain.
Asian shares are trading mostly higher, with solid gains for Chinese markets after the central bank eased the reserve requirements for banks.
The Australian government is proposing tougher restrictions on former defense military personnel who want to train foreign militaries as the nation prepares to share nuclear secrets with the United States and Britain.
Cambodia’s new prime minister, Hun Manet, has arrived in Beijing on his first official trip abroad since taking office last month.
A tower crane has collapsed at a bridge construction project in southwest China, killing six people and injuring five others. authorities say the collapse happened Wednesday in Jianyang city during work to build an expressway bridge over the Tuo River, the city’s transportation bureau said in a stat
Thailand’s new government has approved a measure granting temporary visa-free entry to Chinese tourists, signaling that the recovery of the country’s tourism industry is a top economic priority.
China has announced that it’s upgrading its diplomatic ties with Venezuela to an “all weather” partnership.
Indonesian President Joko Widodo has taken a test ride on Southeast Asia’s first high-speed railway, a key project under China’s Belt and Road infrastructure initiative.
A record of more than one in five young Chinese are out of work, their career ambitions derailed by a depressed job market as the economy struggles to regain momentum after its long bout with COVID-19.
Taiwan says China is continuously bolstering its military bases along the coastline facing Taiwan as Beijing steps up military activities around the territory it claims as its own.
The British government is resisting calls to label China a threat to the U.K. The calls are coming from some politicians after the revelation that a researcher in Parliament was arrested earlier this year on suspicion of spying for Beijing.
Nine passengers have been injured after an engine fire sent smoke into the cabin of an Air China jetliner landing in Singapore, prompting an evacuation of the aircraft.
Maldivians will return to the polls on Sept. 30 to vote in a runoff election between the top two candidates in the country’s presidential race after neither secured more than 50% in the first round.
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi touted his country as well-placed to bridge gaps in the Group of 20 top economies and solve global problems.
President Joe Biden says his visit to Vietnam to showcase stronger ties with Hanoi isn’t about trying to start a “cold war” with China.
An official says that one of Myanmar’s biggest and most powerful ethnic minority militias has arrested and repatriated more than 1,200 Chinese nationals allegedly involved in criminal online scam operations.
Italian Premier Giorgia Meloni has met with Chinese Premier Li Qiang on the sidelines of the G20 summit.
Visiting Chinese Premier Li Qiang has pledged $21.7 billion in new Chinese investment in Indonesia to strengthen the countries’ economic and political ties.
Apple has lost around $200 billion in market capitalization over several days as tensions between the U.S. and China rise, with several media outlets reporting this week that the iPhone maker is being singled out by Beijing.
Canada has announced that a judge will lead a public inquiry into whether China, Russia and other countries interfered in Canadian federal elections in 2019 and 2021 that re-elected Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s Liberals.
Indonesia’s president has issued a stark warning after wrapping up a summit of Southeast Asian countries that was joined by China, the United States and Russia.
President Joe Biden hopes to demonstrate at the upcoming Group of 20 summit in India and a visit to Vietnam that the United States and like-minded allies can be more trustworthy partners than China on economic and security issues.
Japan’s prime minister says China’s blanket ban on Japanese seafood in reaction to the release of treated radioactive water from a tsunami-ravaged nuclear power plant contrasts starkly with broad understanding shown by many other members of the international community.
Australia and China have started their first high-level dialogue in three years in a sign of a slight thaw to relations between countries that have clashed on human rights, COVID-19 and trade.
Vice President Kamala Harris is headed back to Washington after her trip to Southeast Asia. Harris traveled for more than a day to reach this year’s summit of Southeast Asian nations, where she was tasked with strengthening ties in a region crucial to U.S. interests.
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi says his country is “becoming the voice of the Global South.” The UN uses the term and so does the World Bank and US President Joe Biden.
Treasury Secretary Janet Yellen is facing growing skepticism from some leading rich and developing nations as the residual impact of sanctions against Russia is deepening divisions among the Group of 20 countries.