US needs to rethink how to partner China
In the last of three rounds of US presidential debate, both candidates framed China as a partner for the first time, offering a speck of belated comfort as the country had been portrayed as a monetary cheat and a job thief in their previous face-offs.
China remains key debate issue
The approaches of US President Barack Obama and Republican presidential nominee Mitt Romney to China seemed to converge in their last debate.
China bashers shirk problem-solving - expert
As advocates of being constructive toward all, the Committee of 100 released guidelines for political candidates on China-related issues this year.
Ex-security officials to try easing tensions
A group of former officials from the United States are expected, in a semi-official visit, to try to defuse tensions between China and Japan.
Poll shows more in US favor tougher China stance
The latest national survey has revealed a sharp increase in the number of US citizens who want to get tougher on trade policies with China.
Chinese views of US less positive
The percentage of Chinese who characterize their country's relationship with the US as one of cooperation has plummeted to 39 percent.
Obama and Romney indulge in debatable accusations
When Obama and Romney faced off in the second debate, both grabbed every opportunity to display a tough stance on China.
US presidential candidates should not focus on China-bashing
As the US presidential candidates gear up for their second debate with a focus on foreign policy, it would be both politically shortsighted and detrimental to China-US relations if they turned the town-hall-style meeting into a China-bashing competition.
Campaign 'China-bashing' a sign of things to come
China-bashing is fiercer in the 2012 US presidential election than any previous election campaign, with both candidates attacking China.US presidential candidates should not focus on China-bashing
Obama, Romney focus on 2nd debate preparations
Leaders stress strong US-China ties
When the National Committee on United States-China Relations was set up 46 years ago to encourage mutual understanding and cooperation, the two big nations hadn't yet established diplomatic ties.
China slams US report on human rights
A foreign ministry spokesman slammed a U.S. report involving China, urging the US side to stop issuing such "groundless remarks" against the nation.
US never recognizes Japan's claim over Diaoyu Islands
A recent document produced by the United States government shows that the US has never recognized Japan's claim of "sovereignty" over the Diaoyu Islands.