South China Sea
Defence ministry in Beijing says it handed the drone back after "friendly consultations" with American counterparts.
South China Sea21 Oct 2016 17:07 GMT
American Navy has now conducted four so-called freedom-of-navigation operations in the past year in the disputed waters.
Weather21 Oct 2016 13:33 GMT
After battering Hong Kong, Haima makes landfall in southern China bringing the risk of flash flooding and landslides.
UpFront15 Oct 2016 08:27 GMT
Charles Liu, a senior fellow at Peking University, debates Bonnie Glaser, director of the China Power Project at CSIS.
Politics14 Oct 2016 04:17 GMT
Duterte is questioning the Philippines' century-old US alliance while ramping up his diplomatic flirtation with China.
Richard Javad Heydarian
Asia Pacific08 Sep 2016 09:32 GMT
Tepid criticism in draft statement of meetings in Vientiane seen as reflection of China's economic and military clout.
Philippines07 Sep 2016 20:19 GMT
Southeast Asian leaders meet amid tension over Beijing's increasingly assertive claims to territory in South China Sea.
South China Sea24 Aug 2016 13:48 GMT
Philippine president says "bloody" confrontation could happen if Beijing tries to invade country's territories.
China06 Aug 2016 12:51 GMT
Tokyo lodges strong protest to Beijing over Chinese vessels sailing into waters close to disputed East China Sea islets.
Rodrigo Duterte31 Jul 2016 11:00 GMT
Duterte wants to make sure his country is not taken for granted, while extracting maximum benefits from superpowers.
China25 Jul 2016 23:29 GMT
Five days after rains lashed parts of country's north, authorities face accusations of trying to cover up the disaster.
Politics25 Jul 2016 08:44 GMT
Manila had earlier requested the bloc's joint statement to mention recent UN-backed court ruling on South China Sea row.
Taiwan25 Jul 2016 08:24 GMT
New president's stance on independence from China and territory disputes affecting life on the self-ruled island.
South China Sea24 Jul 2016 05:03 GMT
Territorial disputes in the South China Sea expected to overshadow meeting of Southeast Asian foreign ministers in Laos.
Politics17 Jul 2016 07:55 GMT
The Hague ruling is binding and final, so China can comply or be branded as an outlaw in the region.
War & Conflict16 Jul 2016 10:54 GMT
China's territorial claims are driven by a sense of historical victimisation.
by Richard Javad Heydarian
by Salvatore Babones
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