Us-china Relationship


'Us-china Relationship' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Pentagon Says Chinese Missile Launch In South China Sea "Disturbing"

    Pentagon Says Chinese Missile Launch In South China Sea "Disturbing"

    The Pentagon said on Tuesday a recent Chinese missile launch in the disputed South China Sea was "disturbing" and contrary to Chinese pledges that it would not militarize the disputed waterway.

  • Who Donald Trump Listens To On Trade, Wonders Chinese Ambassador

    Who Donald Trump Listens To On Trade, Wonders Chinese Ambassador

    Cui Tiankai, the Chinese ambassador to the United States, said Sunday that it's "very confusing" trying to discern who has President Donald Trump's ear on trade policy, as China-U.S. relations continue to come under strain over the issue.

  • US Officials Arrest Chinese Spy Accused Of Stealing Aviation Secrets

    US Officials Arrest Chinese Spy Accused Of Stealing Aviation Secrets

    In a rare feat, federal agents lured a Chinese government spy to Belgium, where authorities transferred him this week to the United States for prosecution on economic espionage charges, U.S. officials said Wednesday.

  • US Warships Pass Through Taiwan Strait Amid Tensions With Beijing

    US Warships Pass Through Taiwan Strait Amid Tensions With Beijing

    Two US warships passed through the Taiwan Strait on Saturday on a voyage that will likely be viewed in the self-ruled island as a sign of support by President Donald Trump amid heightened tension with China.

  • China Urges Cooperation After US Brands It A Competitor

    China Urges Cooperation After US Brands It A Competitor

    Cooperation between China and the United States will lead to a win-win outcome for both sides, but confrontation will result in mutual losses, China said on Tuesday, after the United States branded it a competitor seeking to challenge U.S. power.

  • China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China must strengthen its nuclear arsenal to "force the US to respect it" in response to the stance of new US President Donald Trump, a leading newspaper said Tuesday.

  • Must Improve 'Important' Relationship With China: Donald Trump

    Must Improve 'Important' Relationship With China: Donald Trump

    President-elect Donald Trump has said the US-China relationship is one of the most important relationships that his administration has to improve, days after he slammed Beijing for currency manipulation and military build up in South China Sea.

  • A Fine Balance: Xi Jinping-Ma Ying-Jeou Meet is Exercise in Etiquette

    A Fine Balance: Xi Jinping-Ma Ying-Jeou Meet is Exercise in Etiquette

    The stage is set for a historic handshake between the presidents of Taiwan and China at the weekend with protocol micro-managed to prevent the slightest political gaffe.

  • Xi Jinping Calls for 'New Model' US-China Relationship

    Xi Jinping Calls for 'New Model' US-China Relationship

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the United States and China to better understand each other's "strategic intentions" on Tuesday, asking for "a new model of major country relationship" with more understanding and less suspicion.

  • Conflict Between US and China Would Lead to 'Disaster': Xi Jinping

    Conflict Between US and China Would Lead to 'Disaster': Xi Jinping

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called Tuesday for better relations with the United States, warning that conflict between the two could have a disastrous outcome.

  • China Urges End to 'Microphone Diplomacy' Over US Differences

    China Urges End to 'Microphone Diplomacy' Over US Differences

    Differences between the United States and China over the South China Sea and cybersecurity should not be addressed by "microphone diplomacy" but in "a proper way" to allow for a successful US visit by President Xi Jinping this year, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Wednesday.

  • John Kerry Seeks to Warm Summit Mood With Dinner for China's Top Diplomat

    John Kerry Seeks to Warm Summit Mood With Dinner for China's Top Diplomat

    US Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed China's top diplomat, State Councilor Yang Jiechi, to his Boston home on Friday for talks aimed at warming the often strained US-China relationship ahead of a summit between their leaders next month.

  • US defense chief: China moving too fast on new weapons

    US defense chief: China moving too fast on new weapons

    China is farther along in its development of a new stealth fighter jet than the US had predicted, and that plane and other Chinese military advances are worrisome, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Saturday.The United States is also nervous about a new Chinese ballistic missile that could theoretically explode a US aircraft carrier nearly 2,00...

  • Gates to seek more Chinese openness on defence issues

    Gates to seek more Chinese openness on defence issues

    US Defence Secretary Robert Gates is set to visit China to resume bilateral military dialogue, which was stalled last year after the US $6.4 billion American arms sale to Taiwan and the Dalai Lama's White House tour, and is expected to ask Beijing to be more open on defence-related issues.Gates' three-day Beijing trip from Sunday comes a week befor...

  • With warning, Obama presses China on currency

    With warning, Obama presses China on currency

    President Obama increased pressure on China to immediately revalue its currency on Thursday, devoting most of a two-hour meeting with China's prime minister to the issue and sending the message, according to one of his top aides, that if "the Chinese don't take actions, we have other means of protecting US interests."

'Us-china Relationship' - 17 News Result(s)

  • Pentagon Says Chinese Missile Launch In South China Sea "Disturbing"

    Pentagon Says Chinese Missile Launch In South China Sea "Disturbing"

    The Pentagon said on Tuesday a recent Chinese missile launch in the disputed South China Sea was "disturbing" and contrary to Chinese pledges that it would not militarize the disputed waterway.

  • Who Donald Trump Listens To On Trade, Wonders Chinese Ambassador

    Who Donald Trump Listens To On Trade, Wonders Chinese Ambassador

    Cui Tiankai, the Chinese ambassador to the United States, said Sunday that it's "very confusing" trying to discern who has President Donald Trump's ear on trade policy, as China-U.S. relations continue to come under strain over the issue.

  • US Officials Arrest Chinese Spy Accused Of Stealing Aviation Secrets

    US Officials Arrest Chinese Spy Accused Of Stealing Aviation Secrets

    In a rare feat, federal agents lured a Chinese government spy to Belgium, where authorities transferred him this week to the United States for prosecution on economic espionage charges, U.S. officials said Wednesday.

  • US Warships Pass Through Taiwan Strait Amid Tensions With Beijing

    US Warships Pass Through Taiwan Strait Amid Tensions With Beijing

    Two US warships passed through the Taiwan Strait on Saturday on a voyage that will likely be viewed in the self-ruled island as a sign of support by President Donald Trump amid heightened tension with China.

  • China Urges Cooperation After US Brands It A Competitor

    China Urges Cooperation After US Brands It A Competitor

    Cooperation between China and the United States will lead to a win-win outcome for both sides, but confrontation will result in mutual losses, China said on Tuesday, after the United States branded it a competitor seeking to challenge U.S. power.

  • China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China Must Expand Nuclear Arsenal In Response To Donald Trump: Chinese Media

    China must strengthen its nuclear arsenal to "force the US to respect it" in response to the stance of new US President Donald Trump, a leading newspaper said Tuesday.

  • Must Improve 'Important' Relationship With China: Donald Trump

    Must Improve 'Important' Relationship With China: Donald Trump

    President-elect Donald Trump has said the US-China relationship is one of the most important relationships that his administration has to improve, days after he slammed Beijing for currency manipulation and military build up in South China Sea.

  • A Fine Balance: Xi Jinping-Ma Ying-Jeou Meet is Exercise in Etiquette

    A Fine Balance: Xi Jinping-Ma Ying-Jeou Meet is Exercise in Etiquette

    The stage is set for a historic handshake between the presidents of Taiwan and China at the weekend with protocol micro-managed to prevent the slightest political gaffe.

  • Xi Jinping Calls for 'New Model' US-China Relationship

    Xi Jinping Calls for 'New Model' US-China Relationship

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called for the United States and China to better understand each other's "strategic intentions" on Tuesday, asking for "a new model of major country relationship" with more understanding and less suspicion.

  • Conflict Between US and China Would Lead to 'Disaster': Xi Jinping

    Conflict Between US and China Would Lead to 'Disaster': Xi Jinping

    Chinese President Xi Jinping called Tuesday for better relations with the United States, warning that conflict between the two could have a disastrous outcome.

  • China Urges End to 'Microphone Diplomacy' Over US Differences

    China Urges End to 'Microphone Diplomacy' Over US Differences

    Differences between the United States and China over the South China Sea and cybersecurity should not be addressed by "microphone diplomacy" but in "a proper way" to allow for a successful US visit by President Xi Jinping this year, a senior Chinese diplomat said on Wednesday.

  • John Kerry Seeks to Warm Summit Mood With Dinner for China's Top Diplomat

    John Kerry Seeks to Warm Summit Mood With Dinner for China's Top Diplomat

    US Secretary of State John Kerry welcomed China's top diplomat, State Councilor Yang Jiechi, to his Boston home on Friday for talks aimed at warming the often strained US-China relationship ahead of a summit between their leaders next month.

  • US defense chief: China moving too fast on new weapons

    US defense chief: China moving too fast on new weapons

    China is farther along in its development of a new stealth fighter jet than the US had predicted, and that plane and other Chinese military advances are worrisome, US Defense Secretary Robert Gates said Saturday.The United States is also nervous about a new Chinese ballistic missile that could theoretically explode a US aircraft carrier nearly 2,00...

  • Gates to seek more Chinese openness on defence issues

    Gates to seek more Chinese openness on defence issues

    US Defence Secretary Robert Gates is set to visit China to resume bilateral military dialogue, which was stalled last year after the US $6.4 billion American arms sale to Taiwan and the Dalai Lama's White House tour, and is expected to ask Beijing to be more open on defence-related issues.Gates' three-day Beijing trip from Sunday comes a week befor...

  • With warning, Obama presses China on currency

    With warning, Obama presses China on currency

    President Obama increased pressure on China to immediately revalue its currency on Thursday, devoting most of a two-hour meeting with China's prime minister to the issue and sending the message, according to one of his top aides, that if "the Chinese don't take actions, we have other means of protecting US interests."

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