US 'will not take sides on disputes'
US President Obama assured Premier Wen on Tuesday that Washington will not take sides on issues concerning sovereignty and territorial disputes.
China, US to seek common interests: analysts
The world's two biggest economies will cooperate to seek more common interests despite competition and potential conflicts, Chinese and US experts have said.
Obama sends message to Hu on efforts in U.S.-China ties
US President Barack Obama has sent a message to his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao, acknowledging Hu's contribution to US-China relations.
Xi a 'caring' listener, says Iowa friends
The announcement of China's new leadership, which will be led by Xi Jinping, makes Sarah Lande, Xi's American friend, "very excited".
Aussie-US ties 'not a threat' to China
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton assured Australians they do not have to choose between the United States and China.
Beijing blasts call for cyber espionage inquiry
China accused a US congressional advisory panel of "indulging in a Cold War mentality" as the panel urged an in-depth assessment into cyberattacks from China. Cybersecurity bill dead after 2nd US Senate rebuff
Kissinger predicts a more open China
The former US secretary of state expects to see transformations in the Chinese economy and society as well as foreign policy in the coming decade.
US ties in focus as leaders send congratulations
President Hu Jintao said China will look to the future and continue to strive for greater progress in the China-US partnership.Special Stable trilateral relations forecast Obama faces complex relations with China US-China relations to stay the course
Obama to continue his China policy
Incumbent US President Barack Obama, who has just won re-election in the US presidential race, will continue the diplomacy in dealing with China.
Re-elected Obama faces complex relations with China
Obama will need to spend some of his political capital on stabilizing US' relationship with China.US ties in focus as leaders send congratulations US-China relations to stay the course
US-China relations to stay the course in 2nd Obama term
The culmination of the US presidential race on Tuesday would also seem to end the slew of anti-China remarks, but experts say the outcome won't alter the nature of US-Chinese relations.
China-bashing ad takes voters for a ride
In the final days of a close US presidential race, one of the key issues candidates have been debating is whether automakers have shipped jobs to China.