Reports that Huawei's latest smartphone has 5G capabilities has sparked questions on the effectiveness of US sanctions and whether chip curbs on China should be expanded
US officials from various agencies say Chinese intruders without proper authorization have been found at multiple US bases and sensitive sites in recent years, according to a new report
The mass evacuation of 900,000 people in southern China's coastal provinces and shutting down of schools and businesses helped avoid mass casualties but economic damage could be significant
Officials in Hong Kong were urging citizens spooked by the lockdown of the city not to panic, as Typhoon Saola got closer to the mainland.
China responds positively to Commerce Secretary's blunt remark that US companies complained to her that China has become "uninvestible"
But the draft Cyberspace Administration of China rules also allow broad use for ‘national security’ purposes
A top security official said the Philippines never promised China it would remove the old warship on Ayungin shoal; Beijing's claim was a 'figment of its imagination'
The move has racked up costs for makers of drones in the country, with around 70% of goods in the supply chain currently being made in China
US Navy destroyers were dispatched to Alaskan waters on Saturday after the "unprecedented" arrival of 11 Russian and Chinese warships "doing freedom of navigation" operations
Analysts say a review by Congress of stock holdings in BlackRock funds could lead to a wider crackdown on US investment in China funds
Sandwiched between Russia and China, Mongolia has cultivated allies – like the US – in a bid reinforce its independence, but its economy relies heavily on its giant neighbours