Chinese city dwellers may face new income and property taxes to curb income inequality.
Economic growth has helped China modernize its military, the Pentagon says.
China has vowed to close inefficient factories, but new development may cause more energy waste.
China struggles to control wage fever following a real estate boom.
Officials call the claim that China is the world's biggest energy consumer 'inaccurate.'
Uighur voices have been crying in the wilderness. It's time to listen says Carl Gershman, president of the National Endowment for Democracy.
A wave of fatalities in China's coal industry prompts stepped-up scrutiny.
A price freeze on coal raises new questions.
A U.S. plan to merge export control agencies may lead to debate over China curbs.
Popular subsidy program boosts sales but wastes power, analysts say.
Bao Tong, aide to an ousted top Chinese cadre, considers the issue of succession.
China is likely to let its currency rise slowly under new reform, experts say.
China has deferred to Russia on the crisis in Kyrgyzstan.
China's military appears to be pursuing its own course on U.S. contacts, analysts say.
A former Chinese official looks back on pro-democracy protests.
Beijing tries to boost development in China's western region before the anniversary of riots in Urumqi.
Three former student leaders share reflection on China's 1989 pro-democracy movement.
China is seeking eased curbs on sensitive U.S. exports before it revalues its currency, but experts say a trade-off would be unacceptable.
China is citing Europe's debt crisis as a new concern for its currency policy, but U.S. patience over trade deficits may be wearing thin.
Premier Wen has warned officials who fail to meet energy-saving targets, but analysts blame the government for poor efficiency results.
Economists expect China’s soaring property prices to level off without spurring a crisis.
Beijing's naval expansion poses challenges for U.S. policies, experts say.
China could curb carbon emissions without cutting growth, World Bank says.
What can we learn from Chinese President Hu Jintao’s calligraphy?
Russia's role in Kyrgyzstan's political strife has stirred China's concern, experts say.
China has slashed its imports of Iranian oil despite strong growth in demand.
In the foreword of their latest report about security online, experts call for a summit and the creation of information exchange mechanism across borders.
Beijing's investment in Belarus marks move into Russia's "sphere of influence."
Experts cite missteps in China's exchange rate wrangle with the United States.
RFA President Libby Liu blogs on “China’s Google Syndrome”