Trump may be trying a more assertive Pacific policy, and Beijing is having none of it.
North Korea is using “soft power” to try to win over skeptics ahead of the Winter Olympics.
The Soviets built the Salang Tunnel in the 1960s. Today, the road that leads to it is much the same.
Taliban insurgents said they aimed at “citizens of occupying nations.”
Security forces battled the attackers outside one of the Afghan capital’s main sites for foreign visitors.
Kim Jong Un is setting the agenda for Olympics-related discussions.
Zainab Amin’s death has brought other victims’ hidden stories to light.
The offer comes amid rising concerns that the president’s children are using their names to profit from their father’s position.
The announcement — part of North-South outreach — brought backlash as too much of a concession.
Pence’s call to the Afghan president may forestall military action against a renegade northern warlord.
U.S. and Afghan forces have conducted 2,000 airstrikes since a new strategy was announced.
Public broadcaster NHK sent the erroneous message but corrected it within minutes.
Officials are looking for ancient temples, tombs and other historical artifacts lost to natural disasters or development.
The Chinese capital’s success upends the assumption that the Communist Party will always put the economy ahead of the environment.
Mao promised to “Serve the people.” His successors want to set them up.