A doctor on the front lines of Burma's refugee crisis comments on its appalling health consequences.
Premier Wen's remarks on currency spark strong reactions in Congress.
Plan to reduce growth of defense spending sparks debate.
China's economic stimulus has slowed its campaign to cut energy waste.
Foreign makers of communication gear face Chinese pressure for information.
A former top Chinese official considers what makes a civilized society.
The U.S. trade deficit with China continues to drive tensions, despite a decline last year.
Experts struggle to evaluate the purpose of yet another commission to monitor energy supplies in China
Following the rejection of pro-democracy activist Liu Xiaobo's appeal, Bao Tong, former aide to ousted late premier Zhao Ziyang, calls on the ruling party to give up its monopoly on power.
China’s carbon target gets mixed reviews.
Thailand's decision to repatriate 4,000 Hmong to Laos was made with political considerations at heart.
But Chinese fatalities still remain high.
China's energy consumption is growing at faster rates, despite claims on efficiency and the environment.
China's income inequality is growing along with its economy, experts warn.
Foreign opinion is mixed in response to a proposed Chinese naval base abroad.
China's latest revision of economic and energy figures has raised climate concerns, experts say.