"I intend to buy The New York Times, please don't take it as a joke."
China won’t be able to solve its environmental crisis until it respects human rights.
It is high time the Chinese authorities listened to the Tibetan people.
How one WalMart worker has sparked protests against the company in the coveted China market.
The opening to Burma is part of an effort to isolate China.
“Romney says he wants to get tough on China, and wants to stop the loss of manufacturing jobs to China, and here is a company that he actually he owns stock in, and is doing that to us,” says Tom Gaulrapp, a worker at the Bain Capital-owned Sensata Technologies plant in Freeport, Illinois, which is outsourcing jobs to China. By Elizabeth DiNovella
Recent revelations about the deplorable working conditions at an Apple factory in China provide a cautionary tale about globalization and consumerism.
Here’s a trend to watch in the coming year: the rise of new economic powers.
The worst, I fear, is not yet over for Ai. Meanwhile, two acclaimed Iranian filmmakers remain behind bars.
China wrongly believes it can maintain control by manipulating the succession to the Dalai Lama’s post.
Google’s possible closure of its operations in China will not atone for all the harm it—and other leading tech companies—have done there.
The China that Obama visited is quite different from the underdeveloped China that President Nixon encountered in 1972 or the China that greeted Presidents Clinton and George W. Bush on their visits.