World Looks on as New Chinese Leaders Take StageThe new Chinese leaders,. older, better educated than the previous leadership, have taken the stage. Where is China going?
Chinese Communists Open XVIIIth CongressAs the leadership changes in China the outgoing ideology is incorporated into the ideological pantheon
MKs Back Down on China Organ Harvest PetitionMKs who signed a petition demanding that the UN investigate Chinese organ harvesting have reneged, after China complained
Rabbi: China Going Kosher, More Products AvailableThere has been a “kosher revolution” in China in recent years, with more kosher products produced for domestic use and export
Study Recommends Scrapping China's One-Child LimitA Chinese study reported by the official news agency Xinhua recommends changing the one child per family policy.
MKs Worried by China’s Organ TradePolitical enemies united by concern over allegations of murder for organ trade in China.
Lawsuit: Bank of China to Blame in Yeshiva MurdersBy continuing to deal with Hamas, the Bank of China allowed the terrorist group to slaughter yeshiva students, lawsuit alleges.
White House Targeted by Cyber AttackThe White House confirmed that it was targeted by a cyber-attack, many believe had originated from China.
China Warns Japan About Unspecified RepercussionsThe Sino-Japanese dispute has escalated into WWII memories, threats and boycotts as well as unleashing demonstrations.
Russia and China Join IAEA Resolution on IranNew IAEA resolution criticizes Iran over its defiance of UN Security Council resolutions and its refusal to allow IAEA inspections.
China: Splintered Democrats Get Less SeatsPaying the price of multiple lists, the pro-democracy forces miss an opportunity to cash in on discontents.
81 Dead in Twin China QuakesA series of earthquakes over the weekend has left at least 81 dead and hundreds of injured in southwestern China.
Landings Further Envenom Sino-Japanese DisputeDemonstrative landings on disputed islands by Chinese and Japanese nationalists have further enflamed Sino-Japanese relations.
Gu Trial Ends Abruptly In Party Damage LimitationThe murder trial of Gu Xilai ended almost as soon as it had begun, to spare the party embarassment.
US, China in 'Territorial Dispute'A long-standing territorial dispute is escalating between the United States and China in the contested South China Sea.
Japan Believes Chinese Army Has More Policy CloutThe Japan 2012 defense report signals greater alarm over Chinese military capabilities
China: Romney’s Pro-Jerusalem Views May Ignite WarChina has refused to buck Iran and Syria and now goes goes to bat for Arabs: Romney’s pro-Jerusalem view could spark war.
Citizenry Media React To Beijing FloodingTo some it was an unanticipated natural disaster, but other citizens and experts claim that flood damage reveals bad planning.
Russia, China Block Syria Sanctions in UNFor the third time, Moscow and Beijing have shielded the teetering regime of Syrian president Bashar al-Assad
China-Africa Trade Skyrockets But Lacks BalanceThe China-Africa trade forum FOCAC is holding its 5th Conference in Beijing.
Israel and China Seek Solar Energy CooperationIsraeli and Chinese executives of the countries' solar energy industry met in an effort to increase solar cooperation between countries.
Defense Ministry Will Protect Chinese SovereigntyThe territorial dispute between China and Vietnam continues to escalate.
On Eve of Signing with Japan, Korea Gets JitteryThe painful wounds of the past and the election campaign of the present have temporarily sidetracked a Japanese-South Korean treaty.
US Grants China Exemption on Iran SanctionsThe United States has decided not to penalize China and Singapore for continued purchases of Iranian oil, citing 'significant reductions.'
Report: Iran, Russia, China, Syria Plan War GamesIran, Russia, China and Syria are planning a war games exercise with 90,000 troops, Iranian media reports.
Russia And China To Upgrade Military TiesPutin is doubling his bet on an alliance with China and may upgrade its military dimensions.
Russia Willing to See Assad Leave, Not by ForceRussia is willing to see Syria's President Bashar al-Assad leave power – but not by force; rather, as part of a “political settlement.”
US Sits Back As India And Japan Question ChinaThe US could sit back and let others question the meaning of the Chinese military budget.
Iran Dickers With World Powers Over NukesIn a sign talks between the P5+1 and Tehran may be a protracted affair, proposals and counter-proposals are flying in Iraq
Gantz and Chinese Counterpart MeetIDF Chief of Staff Lt. Gen. Benny Gantz meets with his Chinese counterpart, General Chen Bindnge.
IDF Tries to Sway China before Talks with IranIDF Chief of Staff is meeting with his Chinese counterpart this week on the eve of critical talks with Iranian officials in Iraq.
Chinese Premier Visits AuschwitzThe Chinese Premier placed a floral wreath in China's national colors at the foot of the "wall of death,” to commemorate the six million.
Chinese Premier Visits Auschwitz Death CampChina's prime minister pays homage to the victims of the Nazi Auschwitz death camp.
Territorial Dispute Heating Up Rather Than CoolingThe nationalistic south East Asian nations are getting in deeper their dispute with China.
Purging Bo Will Not Solve the Chinese ProblemThe Bo Xilai Affair in China is all too reminiscent of previous Communist purge trials.
Indian Missile Launch Shows Shrinking Weapons GapIndia's long range solid fueled missile was 80% made in India.
Philippines Uses War Games To Show It Is Not AloneAlthough planned in advance, the joint exercises between the US and Philippines allow Manila to scale down crisis with China.
Despite Warming Ties With US India Plays The FieldIndia endorsed a communique that should please Moscow and Beijing.at a foreign ministers' meeting in Moscow.
Bo Xilai Ejected From Party Steering BodiesBy criminalizing Bo Xilai in the name of the rule of law, the Chinese Communist Party seeks to preserve its tenuous unity.
Chinese Insurer Refuses to Cover Iranian OilChinese refiners – who consume 20% of Iran's exportable crude oil – are finding it increasingly difficult to insure Iran's black lucre.
ASEAN Calls For Lifting Sanctions Against BurmaThe Philippines and Vietnam have succeeded in putting the territorial dispute with China on the ASEAN agenda despite host Cambodia's efforts
A Chinese 'Schindler's List'A play, telling the story of more than 30,000 Jews sheltered by the Chinese during World War II, premiered in Shanghai on Thursday.
Chinese Lawyers Licensing Requires Loyalty PledgeThe requirement that lawyers pledge allegiance to the Communist Party is not new, but a continuation of the Chinese Party's intervention.
Security Council in Toothless Show on SyriaThe UNSC has made a non-binding 'presidential statement' calling for a ceasefire and talks in Syria based on envoy Kofi Annan's proposals.
Man Of The Year Is Not Man China's Man Of The HourBo Xilai, who sought to challenge the growth-above-everything consensus by appealing to Maoism, has lost control of his power base.
Israel, China Sign Huge Business DealBusiness relations between Israel and China are set to grow significantly, thanks to a new billion shekel deal
France Mocks, China Rebukes Iranian 'Oil Cuts'Iran's decision to cut oil sales to French and British companies has amused Paris and exasperated Beijing.
Xi's Trip Part Of The Chinese Succession ProcessXi Jinping who is slated to become China's ruler this year is a Communist blue blood who underwent privation under Mao.
Harper's Success In China Enters US CampaignRepublicans are fuming over Canada's energy agreement with China and blaming Obama.
Muslim Leader Calls to Boycott Russia and ChinaSheikh Yousuf Al-Qaradhawi calls to boycott Russian and Chinese products because of their veto at the UN Security Council.
The Logic Behind A Veto That Ignores Arab OpinionRussia and China's fears of instability, investment losses and Muslim extremists are behind UN Security Council Resolution veto on Syria.
Merkel Seeks To Tap Huge Chinese Currency ReservesAngela Merkel is in China to sound out her hosts on helping the euro and joining sanctions against Iran.
Chinese Women Fight for Guard Training in IsraelFive swimsuit-clad women are the only ones out of 20 that survived grueling training in China to compete for the chance to train in Israel.
Tel Aviv to Eilat in 2 Hours - by TrainA two-hour train ride from Tel Aviv to Eilat and a line linking Europe and Asia are on track, Netanyahu says.
Geithner Calls For China Currency RevaluationSpeaking at Davos, US Treasury Secretary Timothy Geithner attacked Chinese trade practices, echoing Obama's State of the Union.
Senators Support Multilateral Approach To DisputesA delegation of four US senators promised military assistance and diplomatic support to Manila in its territorial dispute with China.
China, US Relieved Over KMT VictoryThe victory of the KMT in the Taiwan election may either appease Beijing or encourage China to accelerate pressure on the island.