Mines overproduce as prices plunge.
Tibetans are unrelenting in their self-immolation campaign to restore their rights.
Can US presidential contender Mitt Romney fulfill his pledge to slap punitive tariffs on 'currency manipulator' China?
Experts see long-lasting economic effects in a territory dispute between China and Japan.
Ex-king Norodom Sihanouk's death raises questions about the future of the country's royal institution.
An outspoken Tibetan poet describes the experience of entering the region's capital city.
China's outgoing government leaves task to new leaders.
Managers avoid underground duty, a review indicates.
As the presidential race nears its end, China draws flak for American economic woes.
China's consumption growth fades as the economy slips.
China's dam-building spree on the upper Mekong River raises new tensions over water resources.
It appears to be showing flexibility in efforts to devise a code of conduct for South China Sea claimants.
A former Chinese premier's aide calls China's land grabs and forced evictions a form of 'territorial dispute.'
The government hopes smaller doses can cure economic ills.
China's banging of the nationalist drum over an islands row with Japan is a prelude to a much bigger historical claim.
As the US prepares to welcome the Nobel laureate, right groups caution about the military's tight grip on power.
North Korea criticizes Chinese investment even as it banks on China to mend its broken economy.
Bridge and building collapses take heavy toll.
A North Korea expert says Pyongyang may for the first time begin embracing economic reforms.
Bao Tong calls on China's Communist Party to let ordinary people 'go about their business.'
Vietnamese banks are saddled with bad loans but the extent of the problem remains a mystery.
Bao Tong says that disgraced Chinese political figure Bo Xilai is a true 'son of the Party.'
In a country long silenced, people are speaking truth to power.
Bao Tong says that the court's verdict in the Gu Kailai murder trial 'illegally protects' Bo Xilai.
Despite a cabinet reshuffle in Burma aimed at better government, a lack of transparency persists.
Premier Wen Jiabao's policies face test of time.
Calls for change rise as stockpiles grow.
US allies Japan and South Korea are locked in their worst diplomatic spat in years.
Huge local stimulus surprises China's central government.
A pricey deal for Canada's Nexen faces resistance.