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By Sue Pleming and Michelle Nichols SYDNEY (Reuters) - Foreign ministers from the United States, Japan and Australia began talks on Saturday aimed at bringing the three countries closer on issues such as China and how to tackle its growing military strength. U.S.
By Ben Blanchard and Alice Hung BEIJING/TAIPEI (Reuters) - China's foreign minister sought on Tuesday to deflect concerns over the announcement of another double-digit rise in the military budget, saying the country had spent far less than the United States.
HONG KONG (Reuters) - Lawyers for a Macau bank accused of helping North Korea launder money have told the U.S. Treasury action against the lender could affect U.S.-China ties at a sensitive time for talks on the North's nuclear programs. A proposal to ban U.S.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China condemned Taiwan President Chen Shui-bian's plan to scrap 15-year-old official guidelines on unification on Wednesday, calling him a "troublemaker" and "saboteur" of peace and stability in Asia.
China rejected on Tuesday a Pentagon report that singled out Beijing as the major power most likely to challenge Washington's military supremacy and said it posed no threat to the outside world.
BEIJING (Reuters) - China rejected on Tuesday a Pentagon report that singled out Beijing as the major power most likely to challenge Washington's military supremacy and said it posed no threat to the outside world. The U.S.
U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick urged China on Tuesday to be a responsible global player, as tensions simmered over nuclear stand-offs with Iran and China's neighbor North Korea.
BEIJING (Reuters) - The nuclear stand-offs with Iran and North Korea were high on the agenda as U.S. Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick began talks on Tuesday with senior Chinese officials in Beijing.
BEIJING (Reuters) - United States Deputy Secretary of State Robert Zoellick was in Beijing on Tuesday to hold talks with senior Chinese officials expected to cover nuclear standoffs with Iran and North Korea.
China offered two pandas to Taiwan on Friday as a token of peace, but in the same breath accused President Chen Shui-bian of ratcheting up tensions with his support of formal independence for the self-ruled island.