Having established relations with the Castro regime in Cuba, President Obama has now signaled his willingness to sell weapons to the Communist Party dictatorship that runs Vietnam.
A new trend of copying the Chinese Communist Party's constitution is causing a political stir.
The Cuban authorities are considering legalizing certain private businesses, a potentially transformative move for the communist island as it liberalizes its economy. The ruling Communist Party on Tuesday published a list of reforms proposed during its congress in March, including possible changes...
Tsai Ing-wen was sworn in Friday as Taiwan's first female president, and she's already been labeled "extreme" by the news agency for China's Communist Party—in large part because she's not married, the Guardian reports. The Xinhua-run International Herald Leader ran an opinion piece accusing Tsai of having an "erratic...
The threats to topple UK Prime Minister David Cameron can only be carried out after the Brexit vote, and not before, the General Secretary of New Communist Party of Britain Andy Brooks told Sputnik Wednesday.
China's new NGO law is intended to strengthen control by the Chinese Communist Party over Chinese society, writes expert contributor Stanley Lubman.
Although the Chinese Communist Party is officially atheist, the country's constitution allows "freedom of religious belief," and the practice of formal religion has expanded in China, in fits and starts, for decades. The number of Chinese...Show More Summary
China's steel industry has come a long way. During the country's Great Leap Forward in the 1950s, Communist Party leader Mao Zedong pushed the country to increase its steel production rapidly and dramatically, in an attempt to modernize and industrialize the Chinese economy. Show More Summary
President Obama just lifted a long-standing arms ban on the Communist nation
The ruling Communist Party of China (CPC) reprimanded 4,300 officials last month for disciplinary violations, the CPC’s Central Commission for Discipline Inspection (CCDI) said in a statement on its website Sunday.
HANOI (Reuters) - Vietnam will showcase its five-yearly day of democracy on Sunday with an election for a parliament tightly controlled by a Communist Party that is seeing unprecedented challenges to its four-decade political monopo...
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Chinese nationalists seemed forlorn on Friday as Taiwan inaugurated a new president, Tsai Ing-wen, whose political party nominally supports the self-ruled island’s independence from the mainland.
China Aid has reported in its 2015 Annual Report of Religious and Human Rights Persecution in China that as many as 20,000 people suffered religious persecution by the Communist Party throughout the year.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Taiwan's new president urged China on Friday to "drop the baggage of history" in an otherwise conciliatory inauguration speech that Beijing's Communist Party rulers had been watching for any move towards independence. President...Show More Summary
While the liberal media write about white nationalists supporting Donald J. Trump, the Communist Party (CPUSA) has been broadcasting its support for the national Democratic Party and both of its candidates.
TAIPEI (Reuters) - Tsai Ing-wen is to be inaugurated Taiwan's first woman president on Friday, with the export-driven economy on the ropes and wary Communist Party rulers in China watching for any move toward independence by an island it considers its own.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - A Hong Kong visit by a top leader of China's Communist Party, which included talks with pro-democracy lawmakers, was an "important breakthrough" in relations between Beijing and the city, an influential Chinese newspaper said on Thursday.
Scarves emblazoned with red dragons draped over their black business suits, Chinese officials lit incense and bowed solemnly at the feet of a mythical ancestor known as the Yellow Emperor. The avowedly atheist Communist Party is promoting...Show More Summary