Report aims to justify what Beijing calls anti-terrorism and de-radicalization efforts in heavily Muslim western region.
Two-week long discussions give experts little reason to believe major policy issues have been thoroughly debated.
Analysts say the possibilities and challenges of the project are both equally challenging and promising.
President Trump warns that much like talks with North Korea, he will walk away from a deal if it's not a good one.
China has seemingly proved Turkey wrong about the rumored death of Abdurehim Heyit, a renowned Uighur poet and musician
Meng Wanzhou’s lawyer tells Reuters that client is being used as 'pawn' or 'hostage' in feud between Beijing and Washington.
New draft Foreign Investment Law bans forced technology transfers, guarantees national treatment for foreign investors and stepped up IP protection.
Jiangsu vaccine scandal has once again exposed China’s poor vaccine management and lack of systematic regulatory oversight, according to former health official.
Authorities in Guangdong province are set to revoke a prominent rights lawyer’s legal practice license later this week.
2018 has been a year of human rights disasters in China, according to an Uighur activist.
President Trump says that he might intervene in efforts to extradite Huawei CFO Meng Wanzhou if it could help with China trade deal.
In recent weeks, Belt and Road countries have canceled more than $30 billion in projects and called for the review of others.
Beijing's creative efforts to push latest socialist theory on game show results in online backlash.
Fears that China’s communist-led government is looking to nationalize private enterprises is adding to an already long list of worries for private companies in China.
As China denies it is meddling in US election, state media also notes that if Trump continues to pressure Beijing over trade, he puts his support base and even re-election chances at risk.
Authorities in Henan aim to close at least two-thirds of the province's Christian churches.
Some analysts warn that it will be political and economically unwise for Europe to take advantage of the Sino-US dispute.
EU won't ‘gang up’ on America with China, says European economic official.
EU won't ‘gang up’ on America with China, says European economic official