China downplays border tensions with India days before the new Chinese premier visits the neighboring country on his first foreign visit since taking office.
The foreign ministers of China and India gloss over a recent border standoff in an apparent sign that the incident will not harm future relations.
After China considered a drone attack in Burma to capture drug lord Naw Kham, a spotlight is cast on the country’s unmanned aerial vehicle program.
China says the United States is destabilizing the Asia-Pacific region by strengthening its military alliances and sending more ships, planes and troops to the area.
The US company apologizes after government media attacked its repair policies for two weeks in a campaign that reeked of economic nationalism.
China executes Burmese national Naw Kham and three others for the killing of 13 Chinese sailors in an attack on the Mekong River in 2011.
Beijing’s insinuations that massive cyberattacks against foreign targets are the work of rogues fly in the face of evidence that China’s hackers are paid employees.
Beijing reigns in Lunar New Year fireworks as it tries to cope with air pollution, which has risen to near catastrophic levels in recent weeks.
A high-level Chinese official calls for talks with Japan over a disputed island chain, in an apparent attempt by Beijing to cool tensions..
Two dozen Tibetans set themselves on fire in western China this month in a dramatic acceleration of protests against authoritarian Chinese rule, say activist groups.
China praises a senior engineer on its aircraft carrier program who died of a heart attack after witnessing the first landing of a plane.
Li Keqiang will oversee China’s massive but rapidly slowing economy for the coming decade and was schooled to be more open to liberal Western ideas.
China’s government has demanded talks with Japan in their latest territorial dust-up but a high-ranking Chinese military officer has suggested drastically more belligerent responses.
Officials from Japan and North Korea hold their first government-to-government talks in four years amid hopes of a less confrontational relationship.
China’s economic woes that have brought growth to a three-year low will continue for some time, Premier Wen Jiabao says.
The month-long standoff between China and the Philippines over a South China Sea shoal is snowballing with hints of economic retaliation and sharpening public opinion.
China is suspending some tourism to the Philippines and increasing inspections on imports apparently to end a standoff over a disputed South China Sea shoal.