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The dramatic — and often fatal — form of protest has become an increasingly common way to call attention to China's policies in ethnic Tibetan regions
The world's second-largest economy is cooling off after years of torrid growth — and Chinese consumers and U.S. manufacturers alike may be cheering the news
The world's most populous nation boosts its defense spending, raising concerns that it's building the 'biggest, baddest' army in Asia
U.S. presidential candidates love to harp on the world's most populous nation. But once they're in office, they quickly start singing a different tune
Sen. John Kerry is fed up with China's penchant for looting technology from U.S. businesses — up to $400 billion worth of data each year. When will it stop?
America is getting an introduction this week to the Chinese vice president, who is being groomed as the booming nation's next leader. A guide to Beijing's future boss
Many businessmen believe American hegemony is doomed by China's muscular manufacturing sector. Not so fast, critics say
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