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.
Five-year plan would boost GDP by 40 percent, even with slower growth rate.
Can North Korean leader Kim Jong Il's regime be trusted with food aid?
A safety watchdog says the death toll in China's coal industry 'remains high.'
They wait for Burma's generals to enact more concrete reforms.