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US pledges $200m in funding for Pacific nations as Washington draws criticism for ‘trying to play catch up’ in the region
US president Joe Biden’s latest bid to woo Pacific nations has been broadly welcomed by the region’s leaders and analysts, while some called for more to be done to support their economies and sought “results on the ground” over pledges.
Biden in Washington this week, after a similar meeting a year earlier, in an effort widely seen as a push against China’s growing presence in the region.
Plus presidential portraits, this time for Africa.
First half of 2023 sees US$587 million worth of goods denied entry to the US, more than doubling the figure for the second half of 2022 Data released as US report alleges China sought 'coerced ...
Qin Gang, 57, had a love child via surrogate with Fu Xiaotian, 40 – both who have not been publicly seen for months.
Indian Americans are now the most populous Asian-alone group in the United States, according to a new report from the Census Bureau.
Asian Americans registered to vote say a candidate’s policy positions are more important than their race or ethnicity when deciding whom to vote for.
The state Department of Education is preparing to review academic standards related to Asian-American and Pacific-Islander history after lawmakers approved new requirements this year.
Trilateral discussions to resume in response to Beijing’s fears over growing US influence in region
The leaders of China, Japan and South Korea will hold three-way talks “as soon as possible” after a meeting intended to ease Chinese concerns over Washington’s stronger security presence in the region.
Official said on Tuesday that the three countries’ deputy foreign ministers had agreed to revive trilateral talks after a four-year hiatus during which tensions have risen over North Korea’s nuclear weapons programme and Chinese military activity.
Julian Saporiti found a lot of Asian American songs and musicians when he was doing research for his PhD in American History. But the lack of popular understanding of that history was frustrating. In ...
In an interview, the economist Keyu Jin says much of the world is asking the wrong questions — and so is drawing outdated conclusions.
Only a whole-of-society vigilance can counteract a Chinese communist espionage and influence offensive that is running rampant in every corner of American society.