Beijing is challenging the U.S.’s dominance in the Far East and the Pacific
Errant indices have the potential to embarrass party leaders intent on celebrating China's might.
China’s strong hand
No dates have been set however
Is Macau the next Hong Kong? Not if Beijing has its way
The publisher claims Xi's book has already sold 4 million copies since last year, including 400,000 overseas
"There is an ongoing situation," an Indian army official tells media
The Chinese President worries his neighbors with his fierce nationalism, Obama says
Officials say hundreds were aboard the vessel that sank in the Yangtze River after a storm
Xi Jinping is fond of the kind of socialist jargon more reminiscent of Chairman Mao’s era
Both sides will be anxious to focus on business and avoid areas of tension
Cheap Oil Could Boost Xi Jinping Oil hit $47 a barrel on Jan. 13, the lowest level in nearly six years–and no one benefits more than Chinese President Xi...
The case highlights Xi Jinping's distrust of social organization outside of communist control
Pretty impressive, when you consider the diplomatic line he has to tread
The outcome of today's selection of Xi Jinping as China's president has been a near certainty since he was chosen as successor to Hu Jintao five years ago.
He received a 19-gun salute at the Pentagon, toured the Port of Los Angeles and took tea in Muscatine, Iowa. On Friday, China’s Vice President Xi Jinping will...
Workspace images are part of attempt to humanize China's leader and offer a rare glimpse inside the lives of top officialdom
When the People's Republic of China leader, Xi Jinping, meets President Obama for the first time since Xi assumed the Presidency in November 2012, he'll be...