Michael Sainsbury
A dispute over cabinet nominees is getting ugly as the opposition appeals to the nation's corruption watchdog
August 14, 2018
Muslims already squeezed in Uyghur homeland of Xinjiang but Party fears radicalization at hands of neighboring nations
August 3, 2018
Success of new Brazilian group in the tiny half island nation has Catholic majority looking over their shoulder
July 31, 2018
Laws curbing freedom of speech will impact Catholicism and other religions
July 30, 2018
A change in international institutions is inevitable but the continued protection of human rights still a key concern
July 24, 2018
Somewhere between 500,000 and a million Uyghurs are believed to have been sent to re-education camps
July 19, 2018
As Nobel Peace Prize laureate inches toward generational change, army chief fixes eye on 2020 presidential poll
July 13, 2018
Independent MPs believe Australia could have defrauded the tiny Catholic nation of millions of dollars
July 13, 2018
On the third anniversary of the round-up of 300 lawyers, a look at how recent history shaped Xi as a hard man no one saw coming
July 9, 2018
Political temperature in Asia's newest nation rises with an impasse between the PM and president over ministerial nominees
July 9, 2018
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