True progress in China-US trade is Dependent on advances in human rights, says Chinese rights activist.
Beijing's push for the study of Xi Thought raises concerns about communist party control of academia.
Rights activists say Hong Kong Bookseller Gui Minhai is a straightforward case of Chinese 'nonrelease release’.
Strict security measures have been put in place, along with sweeping online censorship controls, ahead the Party Congress in Beijing.
Gender gap in Chinese politics blamed on history, tradition, culture and lack of interest.
Beijing's current leader is one of the most powerful the country has had in decades.
Analysts outside China denounce Lee’s Trial as 'a farce' or 'another show trial'.
China is trying to limit discussion of rising tensions on the Korean peninsula, but that hasn’t kept some from calling for action.
Analysts say measures ranging from naval and air blockade to bans on oil, textiles and labor could be used to squeeze Pyongyang even more.
Right groups call on Beijing to stop its ‘residential surveillance’ at designated locations,’ sign international convention on enforced disappearance.
China warns investigation could hurt both sides and trigger trade war.
Prominent rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong pleads guilty to charges of inciting subversion of state power.
Chinese seafood importers have taken to streets as their frozen products melt in trucks blocked from crossing border with North Korea.
Verdict for Wu may arrive 'in about a week' although any delay is possible, legal observers say.
Supporters demand to know whether China pressured Italy to arrest an Uighur activist.
The city government’s joint checkpoint plan is expected to meet strong opposition when it next goes through a legislative review.
Liu Xia's whereabouts remain mystery week after her husband’s death
Hong Kong has selected its first-ever female chief executive.
Analysts are skeptical that self-supervision rules will be effective in exposing corrupt investigators.