Government policies disrupt energy supplies.
The country is downgraded by credit rating agencies amid rising inflation, a shrinking currency, and a widening trade deficit.
China faces international checks on carbon curbs.
Beijing is under pressure to break an eight-year deadlock on resolving territorial claims with ASEAN.
China's price curbs on coal are unlikely to work, experts say.
Beijing's aggressive blitz to discredit the Nobel Peace Prize and its recipient may boomerang, analysts say.
Inflation may boost China's energy efficiency claims.
Pressure from China may keep some freedom-loving Asian nations from the Nobel Peace Prize ceremony.
The Tibetan poet Woeser, under close surveillance in Lhasa, expresses her fears for Tibetan students protesting Chinese education reforms that aim to slowly eradicate Tibetan language a a medium of instruction in their schools.
The struggle to control prices has led to finger-pointing at the United States, economists say.
China calls for emergency talks as the U.S. and South Korea conduct joint military exercises following North Korea's attack on the South.
China's failure to clarify its link to a major diversion of online traffic on April 8 is an admission of guilt of some sort.
Power curbs lead to diesel shortages as businesses rely on generators to avoid shutdowns.
China's market-rattling, anti-inflation measures may take a toll on Asian growth.
Our correspondent found Burmese people realistic and hopeful after Suu Kyi's release
China's fuel subsidies contribute to world climate woes, energy analysis says.
Without a political vehicle, Burma's democracy icon may face an uphill task turning the tables on the generals.
By halting exports to Japan of the high-tech materials, China may have shot itself in the foot.
Many expect the military junta-backed party to win Burma's elections but are unsure of the political dynamic after the polls.
Amid a last-minute drive to fulfill its five-year energy plan, Beijing is debating new targets for 2020.
Concerns arise that the U.S. in its fervor to check China's rising clout in East Asia will give less priority to human rights
Trade pressures on China will persist after U.S. elections, analysts say.
Reports of random blackouts mar China's energy efficiency campaign.
Global warming negotiations in China make little progress as nations differ over carbon cuts.
China hikes gas prices, citing "huge losses" on Central Asian imports.
While denying currency manipulation, China has responded to criticism by allowing the yuan to rise to new highs.
An outspoken poet believes Chinese authorities would respond more harshly to demonstrations in support of the Tibetan language than they did to those in support of Cantonese.
China will pursue its long-term interests with Japan despite border incident, experts say.
China is unlikely to cap coal output in the next five years, analysts say.
After years of rapid growth, China is examining production limits on coal.