The draft version of the law required that all foreign NGOs register with the police and banned them from engaging in activities which endanger China's "national unity" or "public order and morality."
By Tess Owen
Chinese state media kicked off a campaign titled "Dangerous Love," which tells the tale — in cartoons — of a young foreigner named David charming a Chinese civil servant named Little Li in an effort to get access to her classified documents.
China has apparently been blocking search terms and removing online stories that would lead citizens to read about how the relatives of party leaders have been linked to offshore companies.
By Reese Erlich
Chinese and European firms are signing lucrative deals in newly-opened Iran, but companies from the world's biggest economic power still can't go there.
In China, hundreds of thousands of people's lives have been wrecked by what they thought was a safe, government-backed investment — and some have been jailed for protesting about it.
Five men linked to a publisher that specializes in books critical of China's Communist Party leaders have vanished from Hong Kong in recent months.
President Xi Jinping's administration has tightened control over almost every aspect of civil society since 2012, citing the need to buttress national security and stability.
By Liz Fields
In its latest music video, the Chinese Communist Party vows to "rule the party strictly" and catch "flies, tigers, [and] big foxes" — with some added input from Xi.
By VICE News
Thousands of protesters defied the state of emergency that was imposed in Paris in the aftermath of the recent terror attacks, but what began as a peaceful demonstration eventually turned violent.
A multibillion-dollar deal that would have put China firmly on the global arms market goes belly up, but China and Turkey are still friends.
By Ryan Faith
Japan is going to bat for South China Sea claimants and Vietnam is returning the favor, while the region grinds through ongoing territorial disputes.
Beijing's Ministry of Culture has demanded that music services implement self-censorship to check their catalogs for deviant messages from 2016. Ironically, such moves often spectacularly backfire.
By Sally Hayden
VICE News spoke to Hong Kong pro-democracy activist Joshua Wong, who called on UK Prime Minister David Cameron to raise the issue of China's poor human rights record with President Xi Jinping.
By VICE News
The day's speakers will include US President Barack Obama, Chinese President Xi Jinping, Russian President Vladimir Putin, and Iranian President Hassan Rouhani.
How does the US plan to stop Chinese cyberattacks? In the end, the US may be limited to choosing between bluster and asking nicely.
The People's Liberation Army will reduce its manpower by 300,000 troops, another expected step in a military modernization program that has spanned three decades.
By Ryan Faith
The 5-minute video shows the Chinese military stomping the US, but it also appears to carry underlying promises of both future victory and revenge for past defeats.
China hosts a parade on Thursday celebrating the 70th anniversary of the end of World War II — but the event is sending signals that aren't limited to historical commemoration.
As the value of Russia's currency declines and its citizens endure a deepening recession, it's unclear how the country will manage what could be its longest slump in decades.