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Improving U.S.-China Relations Through People-To-People Engagement

(Forbes) - It is no secret that the world’s two largest economies–the U.S. and China–don’t always see eye to eye in terms of values, politics, economics, and leadership. However, despite on-and-off competition and cooperation between their governments, the lives of American…

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Improving U.S.-China Relations Through People-To-People Engagement

(Forbes) - It is no secret that the world’s two largest economies–the U.S. and China–don’t always see eye to eye…

U.S.-China Ties Remain Strong Amid Rising Disputes

I have just returned from several days in Beijing, where I joined seven other Brookings colleagues in a series of…

China scolds Vietnam for "hyping" South China Sea oil rig row

HANOI/BEIJING (Reuters) - China's top diplomat scolded Vietnamese officials during talks in Hanoi on Wednesday for "hyping up" a row…

China will not fill U.S. void in Afghanistan: official

(Reuters) - China does not seek to fill a void left in Afghanistanby the withdrawal of U.S. troops but will play a "huge"…

U.S., China try to emphasize potential for cooperation

BEIJING — The United States and China said they were determined to avoid conflict and maintain peace with each other, but…

U.S. seeks to salvage dialogue with China at Beijing summit

BEIJING—The U.S. and China will try to reset an increasingly strained relationship, as senior officials meet in Beijing this week…

U.S. seeks to salvage dialogue with China at Beijing summit

BEIJING—The U.S. and China will try to reset an increasingly strained relationship, as senior officials meet in Beijing this week…

China urges U.S. to be more objective ahead of key meeting

(Reuters) - China and the United States need to "plant more flowers, not thorns" in their relationship and Washington needs…

Cyber-spying concerns won't overshadow US-China talks: Lew

U.S. concerns over China's cyber spying on American companies will not impede progress on other fronts when top officials from…

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China will not fill U.S. void in Afghanistan: official

(Reuters) - China does not seek to fill a void left in Afghanistanby the withdrawal of U.S. troops but will play a "huge"…

U.S., China try to emphasize potential for cooperation

BEIJING — The United States and China said they were determined to avoid conflict and maintain peace with each other, but…

U.S.-China Ties Remain Strong Amid Rising Disputes

I have just returned from several days in Beijing, where I joined seven other Brookings colleagues in a series of…

Russian Embassy Makes Gaffe the Size of Tiananmen Square

The Russian Embassy in Beijing has just committed a large digital diplomacy gaffe, one the size and shape of a…

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations: Panel Two Video and Transcript

The Carter Center Forum on U.S.-China Relations, November 11-12, 2013. Panel Two Video and Transcript. Monday, November 11, 2013: Panel II: Reinventing Bilateral…

‘Enemies of Humanity’ — China Debates Who’s to Blame For the Kunming Attack

It’s already being called “3.01,” or “three oh one,” a date that will likely burn in China’s collective memory for…

Improving U.S.-China Relations Through People-To-People Engagement

(Forbes) - It is no secret that the world’s two largest economies–the U.S. and China–don’t always see eye to eye…

'Transformers' tries for delicate US-China balance

BEIJING (AP) — Dazzling special effects, Optimus Prime ... and Beijing. The latest "Transformers" movie has all three, mixing Texas-based…

US-China relations gaining momentum at grassroots level

It might be annoying for many that there have not been many good things talked about lately regarding the China-US…

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