A new education bill hits the Arizona State House. It requires students to learn about people who fled communism.
Beijing mandates a growing list of detailed security measures. That’s in preparation for the Chinese Communist Party’s 100th anniversary. Despite the strict regulations, one man managed to set a fire, right in front of China’s Foreign Ministry in Beijing.
Taiwan’s Foreign Minister outlines the potential for military conflict with Beijing. Two Asia experts give their takes — while a Japanese politician also chimes in.
Is Hong Kong’s freedom dying? Some say it’s alive and well. Activists say they’re regrouping behind an invisible front line — one that’s harder to invade with tear gas and rubber bullets.