China requires WTO panel on China-US duty dispute
China required WTO to establish a panel to hear and rule on the dispute surrounding the US countervailing measures against Chinese exports
World-class event gives media a glimpse of America
As a first-timer at a US political party convention, I found myself underdressed and inadequately prepared for this week's gathering of Republicans.
Ping-pong's power saluted 40 years on
A game of table tennis in New York between a senior Chinese diplomat and a famed American player was about more than quick reflexes and spin strategies.
McCain, Rice urge US global leadership
Two Republicans said it is crucial that the US regain its leadership in international affairs as they stressed the perceived rise of China as a world power.Republicans take Obama to taskAn end to the revival of hostilities
US defense secretary to visit China
United States Defense Secretary Leon Panetta will visit China in mid-September, the spokesman for China's Ministry of National Defense said Thursday.
Top city official fled overseas in April
A senior official of Fengcheng, Liaoning province, has fled China amid the nation's testing of measures that prevents corrupt officials from running away.
Improved Taiwan arms deal mooted
A Romney administration may consider providing more advanced weapons to Taiwan to maintain strong US military capabilities in the Asia-Pacific region.
Romney's stance on China debated
It is common knowledge that the economy is foremost in US voters' minds as the 2012 presidential and congressional elections approach.Romney secures nomination Improved Taiwan arms deal mooted Convention gives contrasting views
Romney sticks to Obama songbook on China
Despite some hostile rhetoric during his campaign, Republican presidential candidate Mitt Romney's views on China are largely in line with President Barack Obama.
Clinton visit raises concerns
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton's expected visit this week to the Cook Islands in the South Pacific has raised geo-political concerns over competition among major powers in the region.
Clinton to attend PIF Post-Forum Dialogue in Cook Islands
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton will depart for the Cook Islands, Indonesia, China, Timor-Leste, Brunei, and Russia on Aug 30.
Stronger trade links vital
China and the US should be more "open and tolerant" to each other and work harder to improve and promote bilateral trade and investment.