A tougher stance toward Pyongyang may complicate efforts to negotiate the release of the two women, who were sentenced Monday to 12 years of hard labor.
The giant’s revival will help cushion the blow of falling global output. But the Obama administration will need to take care in its dealings.
On 20th anniversary of massacre, few remember the key role state employees played in supporting students – and the price some paid for organizing.
The article referencing the June 4, 1989, 'incident' appeared only in an English-language publication.
Beijing also lashed out at the US after Secretary of State Clinton said China should examine the "dark events" of its past.
Citizens have grown more vocal about their rights, even though China's political outlook hasn't changed much since 1989
A survey of 23 experts finds deep concern about Beijing's large dollar holdings