China refuses to take the blame for soured talks between Washington and Pyongyang.
China has tightened media censorship and planned monetary easing to boost economic confidence.
Secretary of State Pompeo calls for full accounting of those who were killed, detained and went missing during the crackdown nearly three decades ago; China says matter is closed.
North Korean and Chinese leaders met for the second time in about a month - a sign of China's growing anxiety.
Clock ticking on deadline for tariffs, while differences may be too big in trade dispute.
A seven-member delegation from Washington is in Beijing to address concerns about China’s economic policies as both look to avoid trade war.
Punitive trade measures continue to pile up as frustration over trade relations between Beijing and Washington grows.
Authorities launch expansive campaign online, stifling discussion about a proposal to allow the president to stay in office indefinitely.
Environmentalist warns of danger in their efforts to shift their trash headache to yet another developing country.
President Macron reaches out to Beijing for help in balancing trade between Europe and China as global united front against unfair Chinese trade practices grows.
China now wants warm and friendly ties with South Korea, some analysts say, but Beijing's concerns about US-made anti-missile system remain.
China sentenced Taiwanese rights activist Lee Ming-che to five years in prison on charge of inciting state subversion.
Lu Wei was the first tiger to come under China’s corruption investigation after Xi Jinping began his second term.
Prominent rights lawyer Jiang Tianyong sentenced on charge of state subversion.
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.