China's economy faltering: Gordon Chang
Jan 7, 2013
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Nov 15, 2012
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday March 29, 2015
Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) on Sunday claimed that it has emerged as the world's largest party with a membership strength of 8.8 crores, surpassing the Communist Party of China which has 8.6 crore members.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Wednesday March 25, 2015
Japan's Prime Minister is set to rebuff a prickly invitation to a Chinese military parade, a report said today, as the former World War II enemies jockey over the telling of their shared history.
World News | Reuters | Thursday March 19, 2015
President Vladimir Putin will meet today with a close aide to Chinese President Xi Jinping, the Kremlin said on Wednesday, underlining Russia's increased effort to establish closer ties with Beijing as its relations with the West have deteriorated.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday March 17, 2015
One of the most senior Chinese military officers to be accused of corruption has died of cancer, the state news agency Xinhua said on Monday, sparing the government what could have been an embarrassing trial.
World News | Reuters | Wednesday March 18, 2015
Myanmar expressed "deep sorrow" today for the deaths of five people across the border in China's Yunnan province that it has been blamed for, and said it was jointly investigating the incident with Beijing.
World News | Reuters | Friday March 13, 2015
China will hold an "open trial" for fallen domestic security tsar Zhou Yongkang, the head of China's top court said, state media reported today, in an attempt to show transparency though the super-sensitive trial will likely be far from open.
World News | Press Trust of India | Thursday March 12, 2015
China would have suffered "catastrophic repercussions" had it opted for democracy and bogged down with "endless political bickering", the official media said today in Beijing, staunchly defending the ruling Communist party's monopoly on power.
World News | Chris Buckley, The New York Times | Thursday March 12, 2015
Chinese Communist Party leaders are deathly afraid that the Dalai Lama will not have an afterlife. Worried enough that this week, officials repeatedly warned that he must reincarnate, and on their terms.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday March 10, 2015
Chinese extremists have joined the Islamic State and authorities have broken up gangs that returned from fighting abroad, the Communist Party boss of China's western Xinjiang region said today, arguing that secrecy was needed to save lives.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Monday March 9, 2015
A Tibetan woman burned herself to death days before the anniversary of a failed uprising against Chinese rule, a rights group and media said, in the first such incident this year.
World News | Reuters | Sunday March 8, 2015
China plans to enact specific legislation to fight corruption, the head of the country's parliament said today, as the government continues its campaign against graft.
World News | Andrew Jacobs and Chris Buckley, The New York Times | Sunday March 8, 2015
Not since Mao dominated the nation with his masterly blend of populism, fervor and fear has a Chinese leader commanded as much public awe as President Xi Jinping.
World News | Edward Wong, The New York Times | Saturday March 7, 2015
"Under the Dome," a searing documentary about China's catastrophic air pollution, had hundreds of millions of views on Chinese websites within days of its release one week ago.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday February 17, 2015
Myanmar President Thein Sein declared a state of emergency in the Kokang region in the east and imposed a three-month period of martial law there in an announcement on state television today.
India News | Press Trust of India | Sunday February 15, 2015
BJP President Amit Shah today met a top official of the Chinese Communist Party and exchanged views with him for enhancing the dialogue between the two parties.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday February 13, 2015
China should roll back its one-child policy and instead mandate that all couples have two children, a family planning official has said, drawing criticism Friday from a ruling Communist Party newspaper.
World News | Press Trust of India | Tuesday February 10, 2015
Chinese Premier Li Keqiang has chided officials publicly for failing to complete some of the important projects and asked them to give a written pledge to carry out the government's major economic and social policies faithfully.
World News | Thomson Reuters | Friday February 6, 2015
A Chinese state-backed newspaper today defended a mainland student running for university office in Hong Kong against what it described as a dangerous "McCarthyite trend" in the former British colony.
World News | Reuters | Thursday February 5, 2015
The Islamic State has killed three Chinese militants who joined its ranks in Syria and Iraq and later attempted to flee, a Chinese state-run newspaper said, the latest account of fighters from China embroiled in the Middle East conflict.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Tuesday February 3, 2015
He has little interest in politics and is no socialist fanatic, but Xu Ruilin spends every free moment practising how to speak, write, walk and think like Mao Zedong.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Saturday January 17, 2015
Chinese mourners today marked the 10th anniversary of the death of ousted Communist leader Zhao Ziyang under tight surveillance by the authorities, which the reformer's top aide derided as "a mockery of the rule of law".
World News | Reuters | Friday January 16, 2015
China is investigating Ma Jian, one of its top spy chiefs, for corruption, the ruling Communist Party's anti-graft watchdog said on Friday, the latest senior official felled by President Xi Jinping's ever-widening crackdown on graft.
World News | Reuters | Tuesday January 13, 2015
China's ruling Communist Party sacked a senior lawmaker who was under investigation for graft, China's anti-corruption commission said today, the latest in a series of corruption cases against high ranking political and business figures.
World News | Agence France-Presse | Friday January 9, 2015
China prosecuted almost 1,400 people for political offences in 2013, the vast majority in secret, an advocacy group reported Thursday as the ruling Communist party continues a crackdown on dissent.