• Congress Passes Defense Bill That's Tough on China

    Chinese warships and fighter jets take part in a military display in the South China Sea in April. The U.S. defense bill bans China’s participation in 26-nation naval exercises until it stops militarizing islands in the area. Photo: china stringer network/Reuters 209 Comments By Kate O’Keeffe and Kate O’Keeffe The Wall Street...

  • Trump Advisers Urge Imposing Steeper Tariffs Against China

    A worker checks wind turbine blades at a factory in Lianyungang, China. The White House and Beijing haven’t made much progress in trade talks. Photo: Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 331 COMMENTS By Bob Davis and Bob Davis The Wall Street Journal Biography @bobdavis187 Bob.Davis@wsj.com Lingling Wei Updated July 31, 2018 10:59 p.m. ET...

  • Iranian Officials Rebuff Trump Meeting Offer

    Iran’s moderate President Hassan Rouhani has used more hard-line, anti-U.S. rhetoric as domestic pressure has grown. Photo:...

  • Chinese Economy Starts to Feel Impact of U.S. Tariffs

    Workers build a bullet train at a factory of CRRC Tangshan Co., Ltd. in Tangshan, north China’s Hebei province. Photo: Yang Shiyao/Zuma Press 48 COMMENTS Updated July 31, 2018 2:34 a.m. ET BEIJING—China’s business activities faltered in July in the first official data to reflect the impact of U.S. tariffs, adding to...

  • Trump Willing to Meet Iran's President With No Conditions

    U.S. President Donald Trump says he’s willing to meet with Iran’s president. Photo: saul loeb/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 559 COMMENTS By Michael C. Bender Michael C. Bender The Wall Street Journal Biography @MichaelCBender mike.bender@wsj.com Updated July 30, 2018 7:56 p.m. ET President Trump said he would be willing to meet with his Iranian...

  • Zimbabwe Votes in Hope of Reviving a Tattered Economy

    A man casts his ballot in a polling station in the Harare suburb of Mbare. Photo: LUIS...

  • Cambodian Strongman Claims Victory in Widely Criticized Election

    Cambodia’s Prime Minister Hun Sen casts his vote during the general elections. Photo: manan vatsyayana/Agence France-Presse/Getty Images 1 COMMENTS By James Hookway James Hookway The Wall Street Journal Biography @JamesHookway Google+ James.Hookway@wsj.com Updated July 29, 2018 11:11 a.m. ET PHNOM PENH, Cambodia—After locking up his chief rival, Prime Minister Hun Sen claimed...

  • Greece Mourns Wildfire Victims

    A view of Mati and Neos Voutsas, in eastern Attica near Athens, after a deadly wildfire. Photo: Zuma Press 2 COMMENTS By Nektaria Stamouli Nektaria Stamouli The Wall Street Journal Biography @nstamouli Nektaria.Stamouli@wsj.com July 28, 2018 2:42 p.m. ET ATHENS—Greece began to bury the victims of the devastating wildfires that raged through...

  • U.S. Sizing Up Chances for Peace in Afghanistan

    41 COMMENTS By Dion Nissenbaum Dion Nissenbaum The Wall Street Journal Biography @DionNissenbaum Dion.Nissenbaum@wsj.com Updated July 28,...

  • Pakistan's New Leader Faces Financial Reckoning

    Former cricket star Imran Khan claimed victory in a sharply contested election in Pakistan, the second ever transfer of power between civilian governments in the country's history. Here's what could be next for the fragile democracy. Photo: AFP/Getty Images 11 COMMENTS By Saeed Shah and Saeed Shah The Wall Street Journal Biography...

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