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Japan pledged Thursday to buy less Iranian oil, boosting the U.S. campaign to sanction Iran over its nuclear program even as China and Turkey react coolly to the effort.
Treasury Secretary Timothy F. Geithner is visiting Beijing this week looking for support for U.S. sanctions on Iran's oil industry, but he likely will be disappointed.
The Pentagon is unveiling a strategy designed to manage hundreds of billions in budget cuts without sapping the military's strength.
Authorities in Iran said Sunday they are again moving ahead with plans to execute a woman sentenced to death by stoning on an adultery conviction in a case that sparked an international outcry, but are considering whether to carry out the punishment by hanging instead.
After a nine-day trip through Asia in which he showed command on the world stage, President Barack Obama is headed back to debt-deadlocked Washington, where he'll confront fresh reminders of the limits of his power at home.
The ruling Communist Party approved a program Tuesday to enhance its popularity at home and China's image abroad at a time when the leadership is struggling with domestic unrest and a delicate succession.
China's bullet train was supposed to signal the country's arrival as a high-tech leader. Instead, a crash that killed at least 40 people has made it a lightning rod for anger at the human cost of recklessly fast development.
The United States is worried about China's growing influence in Thailand, as Washington's prestige appears to be fading with America's oldest South Asian ally.
Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao vowed Thursday to punish any corrupt person found responsible for a high-speed train crash that killed at least 39 people and triggered public anger over its handling.