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.