China's state petroleum monopoly faces pressure after years of losses on imported gas.
The Communist Party's suppression of dissidents is more complete than at any other time in history.
Dissident writer and Tibet scholar Wang Lixiong describes how China managed to divide Tibetan society.
The government pegs its hopes on the country's service sector.
A former aide to a late, ousted premier says the Chinese revolution did little to improve life for the country's poorest people.
Leading emitter joins global accord as it drives development abroad.
Writer Tsering Woeser recalls losing her job and leaving her home city of Lhasa 12 years ago after her book was banned.
Producer losses raise policy risks of scheme to promote use of cleaner fuel.
Secretive state that once sold narcotics for hard currency sees domestic drug use spiral but can't admit the problem.
Shanghai charges seen as cover for slow reforms.
Country seen as biggest carbon emitter for decades.
A former top Communist Party official calls on Beijing to come to a reckoning with the bloodshed of June 1989.
Pressure rises for power price cuts.
Border risks could affect energy flows.
Targets seen as relic of command economy.
While old-style rhetoric continues, Pyongyang in practice plays up comparative advantages in cheap labor and coal.
A new five-year plan may cap generating capacity, though demand for power continues to grow.
Experts clash over real rate of growth.
Program seeks private investment under state control.
Former top Communist Party official Bao Tong weighs into what has been a trending topic on China's tightly controlled Internet.
Policymakers seek clarity on economy.
Former top Communist Party aide Bao Tong mourns the death of Jiang Peikun, husband of Tiananmen Mothers victims' group founder Ding Zilin.
Major U.S. complaints about China can't be addressed without tackling corruption, transparency and the government's role in cyber attacks.
A Chinese commentator sets out a pessimistic view of cooling bilateral ties.
Pressure on government rises as economy slows.
Markets unconvinced as indicators sag despite positive official spin efforts.
Even the modest political relaxation of reform-era China appears unlikely to occur in North Korea.
A former top Communist Party official calls on China to 'take responsibility' for human rights violations.
Experts debate effect on exports.
Demand in doubt as economy wanes.