Dole-style leadership on China policy Free trade upheld: GOP candidate chastises Clinton record of threats and vacillation.
Dole assails Clinton on Asia GOP candidate vows to defend Taiwan, end N. Korea talks
U.S. prepares to retaliate against China $2 billion in sanctions over pirated U.S. goods
Tortured Chinese dissident escapes from China to U.S.
China and Russia agree Shanghai accord: Mutual interests outweigh heritage of animosity.
Chinese toss aside strict sexual morals of Communist era Adultery, prostitution, premarital relations rise as attitudes are relaxed
Russians again snuggle up to the Chinese over trade Yeltsin visit this week marks a warming-up after 30 years of chill
Gun ownership booms in China Self-protection: Millions of private citizens ignore the ban on firearms and buy guns to protect themselves as armed robberies proliferate. But criminals still account for most illegal purchases.
World's attention shifts, but Taiwan tensions linger Standoff with China could resurface as issue in U.S. election
All quiet in the Taiwan strait Election over: China's bellicosity boomeranged, yielding perhaps to common sense.
China opens door to Taiwan Beijing proposes meeting with Lee after election victory; A conciliatory gesture; Taipei urged to lift ban on direct trade, air, shipping ties
Democracy, Lee win on Taiwan President's victory shows feeling against reuniting with China; Beijing's intimidation fails; Results could sharpen crisis in leadership of Communist Party
Perry postpones trip by Chinese official set for next month Defense secretary says a large-scale visit is not appropriate now
Taiwan votes in China's shadow Beijing missile rattling fails to scare voters; 70% turnout expected
Ambiguous words stoke clear challenge to China President Lee confuses history but delivers sting
U.S.-China ties have new armed dimension Military tensionsare unlikely to end for some time
More trouble in the Taiwan Strait War games: China's intimidation will go on after the election.
China warns U.S. to keep ships away Foreign show of force in Taiwan Strait will not be helpful, Li says; U.S. carrier is off coast; Chinese maneuvers are called 'reckless' and 'provocative'
The stakes for China if it attacks Taiwan
Taiwan's voters burdened by choices Polls reflect uncertainty over independence issue
Seeking a road to Tibetan independence Marchers on trek to United Nations pass through Howard
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One China and one Taiwan
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U.S., China trade words over Taiwan Washington calls 4th missile launch a 'provocative act'
Clinton sends another carrier-led task force Biggest U.S. Navy group in Asia since Vietnam era packs aircraft, missiles
Tensions increasing in Taiwan Fear widens as U.S. sends more warships to warn off Beijing; 'Hard to give way now'; Taipei could face armed clash, loss of a small island
China's dangerous game Missile demonstration: An attempt to intimidate people on Taiwan and elsewhere.
China turns up heat on Taiwan Air force, navy to hold exercises near island with live ammunition; Gambit against election; Beijing also expands off-limit area; Taiwan prepares for warfare
Taiwan tries to stand tall But residents rush to secure property; some prepare to flee
U.S. considering stiff penalties against China for arms sales Measures could include a halt in the sharing of sophisticated technology
China to hold missile tests directly off Taiwan's coast Exercises seen as bid to stifle island-state's notions of independence
New documents give look at views, ordeal of Chinese dissident
A polluted river runs through it Cleanup: China has set a goal of correcting, by 2000, practices that have poisoned the Huai River. The project will test the country's ability to deal with its environmental problems.
China censors its Internet Police monitor Net for unpopular ideas; viewers risk prison
A silver disk may force Clinton to get tough with the Chinese Pirated CDs, software, even Jeeps, soar into many millions of dollars; American business is fed up; Untouchable military involved in producing some counterfeit goods
Coping with a paranoid China Sasser's mission: ambassador from U.S. to China, or to Congress?
Clinton China quandary: The beauty is the beast How much longer can he ignore Beijing's violations on trade, arms, rights?
Chinese military subverts policies Army defies U.S., pressures Taiwan
For China's peasants, winter means labor Local leaders see poor as free source of service, taxes
New life in the old adversaries
China's feigned and real menace Intimidating Taiwan: Threat to invade is meant to curb talk of independence.
China begins rescue efforts, seeks international aid after earthquake More than 200 killed in Yunnan province
In informal Conversation Corner, the language of the day is Chinese Ellicott City group brushes up, learns
U.S. threatens China with economic sanctions Move made despite fears of complicating issues
Would-be adopters nervous about news on China Allegations of abuse in orphanages are termed out of date; cutoff feared
Say again, this time in Mandarin Language: In Hong Kong, where Cantonese and English are widely taught and spoken, Mandarin Chinese must be added to the mix, by orders of Beijing.