Experts believe China seeks to create a military exclusion zone in the South China Sea.
The nation has 1 percent of the world’s cars, but accounts for 15 percent of global traffic deaths.
Takeshi Onaga wants to discuss the democratic “contradiction” of forcing a base on people who do not want it.
Beijing appears to seek a military exclusion zone as it expands footholds in the South China Sea.
At least five people were killed when a car packed with explosives tried to enter the ministry’s parking lot.
The secretary of state accused Pyongyang of “flagrant disregard for international law.”
The secretary of state will underscore the “ironclad” U.S. commitment to South Korea and speak on cyberthreats.
Afghan troops and civilians are being killed and wounded in some of the bloodiest battles in 13 years.
The U.S. military has not released the names of the troops on board, but the pilot’s father has spoken out.
The 14-story beacon of hope for Pakistan’s beleaguered Christian community is nearing completion.
Prime Minister Abe says the changes, which have generated heated debate, will strengthen ties with the U.S.
Taliban claims responsibility for attack on hotel frequented by foreigners.
Inside the remote and ecologically sensitive state of Arunachal Pradesh, where few foreigners ever venture.
At the end of a 5-hour siege, an American and 2 Indian nationals were reported to be among the fatalities.
A group pledging loyalty to the Islamic State claimed responsibility for the attack.