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Former Trump strategist predicts that the relationship between the two countries will be a central issue in the 2020 campaign.
Chinese president uses three-day trip to Jiangxi to drive home importance of indigenous technology and resources.
Trump’s former strategist says he won’t stop there, with plans to exclude all Chinese companies from capital markets.
Appeals to China’s Communist leaders to reassess the events of 1989 have fallen on deaf ears.
Beijing’s tightly controlled propaganda apparatus has been no match for the US president’s information leaks, observers say.
While stopping short of direct criticism of current policy, party liberals are calling for review and change.
Wang Linqing is at the centre of scandal involving missing court papers, while businessman Zhao Faqi is detained for further investigation.
Friends say formerly low-profile law professor is healthy, calm and positive despite an investigation prompted by his criticism of official policy.
Reformer said to have saved hundreds of lives by reintroducing reviews of cases involving capital punishment and bringing an end to secret trials.
Latest attempt to solve a problem which has plagued the Communist Party for decades.
Three years after Peter Dahlin was deported, state newspaper says human rights worker used his NGO to ‘exaggerate and fabricate’ negative news about the country.
Gu Qiang, who helped craft the industrial modernisation plan, says structural issues at firms could hamper China’s pursuit of hi-tech manufacturing dominance.
Collapse of online lending platform Tuandi.com prompts investors from across country to travel to Guangdong province to demand their money back.
Undertakers in Guangzhou say the technique allows them to more accurately reconstruct the features of people who were badly disfigured in accidents.
Launched in January, Xuexi Qiangguo tests Communist Party cadres on their knowledge of their leader, country and history.
‘Unanswered questions’ over judge-turned-whistleblower who admitted losing documents for major trial results in lowest approval rating in three years.
Ren Zhengfei says US case against his daughter Meng Wanzhou should not damage his company’s relationship with Canada.
China must be ‘prepared to fight tough battles’ this year, the nation’s largest political advisory body is told on the final day of ‘two sessions’.
Some of China’s signature policies are labelled problematic and a waste of money by delegates, while Li Keqiang’s report is questioned, with foreign policy a particular focus of debate.
Camps in far western region where more than 1 million Muslims are said to be held for political re-education have drawn international condemnation.
Once a call to return home to thousands of Chinese overseas, scheme is overshadowed by mistrust as conflicts over tariffs and politics poison well of goodwill and opportunity.
Premier Li Keqiang tells National People’s Congress on Tuesday that China will aim to achieve an economic growth this year that falls in a range of 6.0 to 6.5 per cent.
Accusations come just two days after Canada decided to proceed with an extradition hearing for Huawei executive Meng Wanzhou.
Once on the rise, China has gone from strength to struggle in the past year – challenges that could mean a shift in policy at the annual gathering of the National People’s Congress.
They are accused of creating profiles for young women sex workers to dupe ‘clients’ from across China, asking them to pay money before they could meet.
The owner of the centre where Li Ao died in 2017 after being physically abused was sentenced to 16 years in prison, which the victim’s mother says is too lenient.
Investigation into missing Supreme Court documents finds judge who exposed their disappearance to blame.
Shrouded in flag of the party, one of its most vocal opponents makes last journey at Babaoshan in a stage-managed and censored ceremony his daughter chose to spurn.
As a lone dissenting voice among China’s ruling elite, Li spoke out against Xi Jinping and the cult of personality.
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