Government regulation spurs a shortage of cleaner fuel.
China unveils "magical island maker" just before summit of Asia-Pacific leaders and US President Trump's debut on regional stage.
A private share sale to China is backed by a Russian loan.
Scores of dissidents, bloggers and others have been jailed and some have been beaten by thugs doing government bidding.
Trade risks rise over forced technology transfer, with product demand in China shaped by government policies.
More attention needed to the steady flow of Chinese ships, coast guard vessels, and maritime militia vessels into disputed waters.
Central bank chief Zhou Xiaochuan prepares to step down.
Lower targets may lead to sustainable growth, but reform leaves some conflicts unresolved.
Rohingya insurgent group’s month-long humanitarian ceasefire expired on Oct. 9.
A new alert system targets environmental "overloading."
The government pushes its state sector reform plan.
Experts say 'business as usual' would not be good for ecosystems covered by the One Belt, One Road (OBOR) scheme.
The privately held firm CEFC China Energy Company Ltd. invests in closer energy ties.
The resolution of a recent disagreement over Bhutan was not a win for China, one analyst says.
Government continues to pursue high-growth goals.
Al-Qaeda’s general leadership issued a statement this week describing attacks against Rohingya in Myanmar as part of an ongoing global campaign against Muslims conducted “under the guise of fighting terrorism,” and vowed to come to their defense.
Beijing tries to steer more capital into support for government projects amid concerns over outflow.
Industry emissions estimates have faced delays, in part due to concerns over the quality and opacity of reporting data.
ARSA insurgents target Myanmar security forces or Buddhist vigilantes to provoke reprisal attacks, analyst Zachary Abuza argues.
Some see Chinese activities in waters near the United States as a response to the U.S. presence in the South China Sea.
Official reports spin results as growth slows.
A crackdown intensifies as political stakes rise.
A newly assertive China flexes it muscles in disputed territory.
Central Asia may suffer from a gas glut.
Data gaps leave regulators in the dark.
Infrastructure initiative relies on construction deals.
Support for anti-U.S. governments in South America has boosted China's influence, but also costly exposure to mismanagement and corruption.
Environmentalists call for blacklisting companies.
The official data contradicts claims of success.
A former aide to late, disgraced Chinese premier Zhao Ziyang shares his personal memories of Liu Xiaobo, and the optimism that surrounded the Charter 08 project.