Policy debate heats up as economy cools.
North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's successor son is expected to be preoccupied consolidating power.
Disunity within North Korea's leadership could bring down the regime.
Energy-saving campaign lags as emissions climb.
China's 'fine-tuning' forces deep cuts.
In a reporter’s notebook, Tyler Chapman examines how grassroots activists in Burma are fighting an uphill battle against environmental degradation, corruption, and Chinese influence.
In a reporter's notebook, Tyler Chapman writes that journalists are pleased, but they know that restrictions can be reimposed at any time.
China's deal with Turkmenistan dims Russian plans.
In a reporter's notebook, Tyler Chapman argues that democratic reforms are slowly changing Burmese ways of thinking.
The speaker of Burma's lower house pledges to push forward democratic reforms.
Burma's information minister slows hoped-for media reforms.
China's electricity rates may rise as inflation falls.
Officials admit fault in air quality reports.
The U.S. diplomatic offensive in Asia packs an economic, military, and political punch.
Leaders at the East Asia Summit ignore Beijing's objections and raise the South China Sea dispute.
Analysts say Burma cannot wait on reforms after winning the ASEAN chair.
The world's most populous nation accounts for 41 percent of world carbon dioxide rise.
The U.S. moves to counter China's influence in Asia.
Officials warn shortage will last through spring.
Chinese investments come under greater scrutiny in Africa.
President Sang's visit to Manila comes amid bellicose commentaries on the South China Sea.
Inflation remains high despite slower growth.
As the EU banks on China to end its debt crisis, questions are being raised about what Beijing will want in return.
Concerns grow over China's energy goals.
The Kim regime is bent on maintaining its grip on power, making reforms difficult.
Over 400 million in China lack clean cooking fuel.
Burma's democracy icon Aung San Suu Kyi may hold the key to freedom for all political prisoners by the end of the year.
The grisly killings underscore business rivalries fueled by China's investment expansion.
Backers brush aside warnings of trade war.
Burma’s decision to halt a massive China-backed dam project opens a floodgate of scrutiny and criticism on planned Chinese dams in Southeast Asia.