Russia fails to seal an export agreement with China after years of talks.
America’s military presence is seen as key to counterbalancing China’s increasing might.
PLA expansion prompts concern in South China Sea disputes.
The court comes under fire after the recent dismissal of a new case.
China presses its neighbors in a resource-rich region.
Concerns arise over the security of Burma's democracy icon ahead of her trip to the provinces.
China's rate hike is too small to avert a blackout risk, experts say.
Some say the Chinese government would nip any potential mass political protest in the bud.
Water shortage adds to power woes as China hikes some electricity rates.
Singapore's "watershed" election sends new signals for change across the region.
The government hopes an export ban will keep impacts of power shortages from spreading to diesel fuel.
China eyes top post that is now vacated by a sex scandal ridden Frenchman.
China tries to manage inflation by fining companies for price increases.
In Southeast Asia, groups outside the Al-Qaeda network may pose a bigger threat.
Electricity cuts affect 20 provinces as China's government stalls reforms.
Osama bin Laden's death may result in China wielding greater influence in Southwest Asia.
Electricity shortages in China are spreading as price pressures grow.
The Thai-Cambodian conflict is hurting the image of the 10-member Southeast Asian grouping.
Regulators worry that interest rate hikes will only attract more 'hot money.'
Photos of China's first aircraft carrier spark concerns over military intentions and transparency.
Rising coal prices may push China's government into a corner as power costs grow.
A fresh regional assessment still sees lack of progress in tackling the growing problem.
Russia's offers to quake-stricken Japan may spur competition with China.
While some experts call for a halt to U.S. arms sales in a bid to forge better ties with China, others view this as shallow thinking.
China would use more coal if it halts nuclear expansion, experts say.
An outspoken poet discusses the protests that rocked Tibet in March 2008.
Some ask whether China has set a key precedent by opting not to block military action in Libya.
Bao Tong, former aide to an ousted top Chinese official, says Beijing must embrace universal values.
China's government may spur inflation by linking wage gains to economic growth.
Japan's nuclear catastrophe pushes China and other Asian nations to review atomic power plans.