An 8,000 km cross-border gas pipeline project is but one example of nations looking beyond the US to shore up multilateralism and cooperation.
Western engagement with China rested largely on a blithe and now utterly discredited assumption that economic liberalization would bring political freedoms.
The passage of the Hong Kong Human Rights and Democracy Act may prove to be most important in embodying the striking shift in US attitudes towards China.
China has pushed for the US to remove tariffs, which have the potential to wreak havoc on the global economy, as part of an agreement.
This is what the region needs amid challenging economic times brought on by US President Donald Trump’s trade war against China.
Both sides need a pact as the dispute is hurting their nations’ economies and relations.
If US President Donald Trump is the "chosen one" - as he proclaims - what could he have been chosen for?
He's absolutely a cause of grave concern, as much as the Amazon rainforest fire endangering the world's environment.
Probably realizing he's not the Messiah, Trump later corrected himself to say it was meant [Read more]
Since the negotiations were prompted by the Xi-Trump summit, we expect them to be pragmatic and practical – for the sake of world trade and global growth
President Trump has always been regarded as a vanguard in opposing China.