US Unveils New Sanctions on Russia for Hacking
By Catherine Putz
The measures put President-elect Donald Trump in an awkward position.
Watching the US Presidential Election From China
By Wang Dong
What has China thought of the bitter campaign between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?
Is Asia Ready for Trump and ‘Brexit Times 10’?
By Anthony Fensom
Fear over a President Trump is already shaking Asia's markets.
Why the US Election Matters for Myanmar
By Adam E. Howe
The next president will determine whether Obama's interest in Myanmar was aberration or precedent.
What China Is Missing as It Watches the US Presidential Campaign
By David Volodzko
The worst aspects of Trumpism are already entrenched in China.
From Almaty to Soho: Did a Kazakh Oligarch Launder Money Through a Trump Property?
By Catherine Putz
A Financial Times investigation picks through the murky path from the former mayor of Almaty to Trump Soho.
South Korea to America: Please Elect Hillary Clinton
By Elaine Ramirez
South Koreans are her biggest fans in Asia, but those hoping for more engagement could be disappointed.
The Presidential Politics of US China Policy
By Mercy A. Kuo
Insights from Julian Chang.
A Chinese Perspective on the US Presidential Election
By Xie Tao
The rise of Donald Trump and Bernie Sanders signal a seachange in American identity.
The Real Winner if TPP Crumbles: China
By Steven Keithley
The two U.S. presidential nominees are united in their opposition to the trade pact. That's music to Beijing's ears.
The Next US President Should Keep Taiwan Close
By Kent Wang
As Washington debates overseas engagement, it must not forget about Taiwan.
TPP May Fail if Renegotiated, Singapore Warns US
By Prashanth Parameswaran
The city state’s premier cautions that the pact may end up falling apart.