China’s campaign of cyber attacks has reached epidemic proportions. Can anything be done to stop it?
Will Japan's new prime minister really take back his country's apology for World War II?
It used to be that it was mainly the liberal democracies who banded together in defense of their values. No longer.
Five unlikely but extremely destabilizing global crises that Obama must prepare for now.
The French actor's case is the exception that proves the rule: Citizenship still matters.
As Myanmar’s messy democracy turns to the West, Beijing debates stirring up ethnic tensions to rile the government and maintain its leverage.
Will Southern Weekly's protest against censorship change the face of journalism in China?
It's time to play hardball with North Korea's new leader.
Obama's new defense secretary will first and foremost need to get the Asia pivot right.
An encouraging number of the world's people voted in 2012. But voting does not a democracy make.
China recoils in horror at America's fiscal dysfunction.
The bad news is Washington hasn't seen the last of its bickering, dithering, and gridlock. The good news is Obama can change that in his first 100 days.
Even the Soviet Union eventually acknowledged Stalin's Great Famine. Why does China still hide evidence of its own mass starvation under Mao?
FP's "Who Won the Great Recession?" package elicits reflections on U.S.-China power dynamics and how to succeed in business during hard times.
From the U.S. deficit to Mideast turmoil, the issues that could have the biggest impact on the global economy in the coming year.