This year’s Human Rights Report on the People’s Republic of China enumerated many human rights problems.
This year’s human rights report on Cambodia notes some improvement there, but key human rights concerns continue.
The government of North Korea subjects its citizens to rigid controls over most aspects of their lives.
“The President’s agenda is rooted in the interest almost all of us share in preserving the treaty as a basis for global cooperation."
“New Silk Road” vision of increased regional economic cooperation in this area of the world is ambitious but realistic.
Problems persist, including the intimidation and detention of peaceful political and religious activists.
The Chinese government’s respect for and protection of human rights in Tibetan regions deteriorated markedly.
Tragically, there are extremist elements in Pakistan marring this campaign season with violence.
Secretary John Kerry emphasized that building a cooperative relationship with China will contribute to greater global and economic stability.
The United States, Japan, China, Russia and the Republic of Korea are fully committed to the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula.
“The U.S.-China Energy Cooperation Program has already taken real steps that have produced a real difference."
In America’s criminal justice system, everyone is presumed innocent until proven guilty.