Watching the US Presidential Election From China
By Wang Dong
What has China thought of the bitter campaign between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump?
A Chinese Perspective on Obama's Asia Policy
By Yuan Xunhui, Zhang Juan, and Shannon Tiezzi
An interview with Zhu Feng.
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.
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.
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.
Hillary Clinton, Donald Trump, and the Future of US Asia Policy
By Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran
The Diplomat's Ankit Panda and Prashanth Parameswaran discuss the 2016 U.S. general election.
TPP Update: A US 'Lame Duck' Ratification Looks Less Likely Every Day
By Ankit Panda
The political landscape in the United States suggests the Obama administration won't oversee TPP ratification.
Case Closed: The Clinton Email Scandal Was Always About More Than Just Clinton
By Ankit Panda
Hillary Clinton's email scandal is now behind her, but the issues raised by her email practices will linger on.
Donald Trump and Kim Jong-un
By John Power
The Republican candidate again says he'd talk to the North Korean leader in person over the nuclear question.
Trump, Clinton and the Future of US-Vietnam Relations
By Roncevert Ganan Almond
Bilateral relations have come a long way. How might they fare under the next U.S. president?