Biden Promises U.S. Military Will Defend Taiwan if Attacked

Surprising even his own staff, the U.S. president overshadowed the launch of the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework for Prosperity.

Biden Visits Korea and Japan With Rare Opportunity

On his first Asia spin as president, Joe Biden will find a surprisingly warm welcome, and is due to launch an economic framework for US-Asia relations.

Steve Wynn Accused of Working for China to Lobby Trump

If Elon Musk proceeds to buy Twitter, he would surely face censorship pressure stemming from Tesla's Shanghai factory, as Steve Wynn's experience shows.

Here Are Ways to Gain Emerging Market Exposure While Sidestepping China Risk

If you'd prefer to avoid the headline risk that comes with investing in China, here are a couple ETFs to consider.

China's Economy Could Be Shrinking as Big-Ticket Purchases Stop

China's government is more concerned about stopping the spread of Covid-19 than spurring the economy back to life.

Korean Stocks Promise Upside if External Factors Ease

The Kospi has shown dramatic volatility in the last year, but Seoul stocks now look undervalued, particularly those in in-demand sectors.

China Faces 'Tsunami' of Covid Infection That Could Swamp the System

A new study suggests 1.55 million people could die if China abandons zero-Covid, with the intensive-care system needing 15.6 times existing capacity.

New Leader Puzzles Hong Kong With Promise to Work for 'We and Us'

Beijing's hand-picked candidate, John Lee, takes over as head of Hong Kong, which continues to bleed emigrants and stock market red ink.

Marcos Set to Take Power Over Past and Future in the Philippines

Bongbong Marcos has operated almost exclusively through social media during his campaign, calling for 'unity' and glossing over his father's dictatorship.

A Long, Potentially Pain-Filled Summer Lies Ahead

The impact of the war in Ukraine on food supplies and the effect of Fed rate hikes on the pace of the economy are big concerns moving forward.