On first Obama trip to China, the message is clear: This is about China's rise, not Obama popularity.
Obama’s first visit to China will test that nation’s readiness to look outward – and past disagreements.
Chiang Kai-shek has been unfairly condemned by history, argues a new biography.
It's too late to rid the country of nukes, but we can keep its program under control.
On 20th anniversary of massacre, few remember the key role state employees played in supporting students – and the price some paid for organizing.
Beijing restores tax breaks and other perks for Chinese exporters. It's worried that declining exports mean more social unrest.
A six-part series by Peter Ford, staff writer of The Christian Science Monitor
Beijing hopes the policy will improve farming and free peasants to seek a better livelihood.