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Asian shares closed up on Friday even though stocks on Wall Street wobbled and European stocks stumbled overnight.
China and India are beating Japan in two key competitiveness indicators -- the ability to attract and retain talent.
Singapore PM Lee Hsien Loong shed light on the delicate balance his country has to maintain between the U.S. and China.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson signaled growing U.S. impatience with China on issues from North Korea to trade while vowing to stay on the job ...
The Chinese president is consolidating power at a "very consequential" time, says Nicholas Burns, now a Harvard professor.
By the most measures, China has passed the U.S. and is pulling away.
Its leader for life, Kim Jong Un, is only 33, and likely to long outlive Donald Trump.
Will the administration unveil a new strategy for the Asia-Pacific during Trump's Asia trip?