FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Tensions between Vietnam and China have risen higher than they’ve been in years, thanks to a series of incidents in the South China Sea, an area believed by both nations to be rich in oil and gas as well as home to important global shipping routes. On Sunday, anti-China protests in the Vietnamese capital were shut down by police for the second week in a row. Read more from Helen Clark in Time magazine.
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — Al-Qaeda central appears to have joined the Islamic State in calling for jihad against China over its alleged occupation of Xinjiang Uyghur Autonomous Region. Read more from Zachary Keck in The […]
FAR EAST CORRESPONDENT — A French architect detained in Cambodia for several weeks has flown to Shanghai where he is wanted for questioning in connection with the biggest political scandal to hit China in decades. […]