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BEIJING -- It will embolden Japan to act more aggressively and could even drag the U.S. into a war it never intended.
World leaders made both moral and practical progress in the debate on climate change this week.
The summit was historic more because it happened than because it achieved anything.
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"There's no foreign policy issue he has spent more time on," said one official. "I'd say over the course of his presidency
The U.S. chose a policy that could be called "integrate and insure." China was welcomed into the World Trade Organization, but the U.S.-Japan security treaty was revived to insure against China becoming a bully. If a rising China throws its weight around, it drives neighbors to seek to balance its power. In that sense, only China can contain China.
Obama's latest call for a high-standards agreement essentially repeats a longstanding defense of U.S. pacts with rogue nations
As Obama wrapped up his remarks, the president acknowledged that the two leaders had agreed to each take one question from
Earlier, Obama said momentum was building on the ambitious 12-country Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), although U.S officials
A student of China and the first U.S. representative to the People's Republic, Bush had predicted the rise of democracy as
BEIJING –- The Chinese love to balance contradictions. They’ve been doing it for millennia. The newest and most compelling
China’s dependence on container shipping gives it the right to be concerned about protecting sea lanes to and from these
One frequent refrain we've heard is that no U.S. company will ever ship chicken to China for processing because it doesn't make economic sense. Well guess what? It clearly does make economic sense because this process is already being used for U.S. seafood.
The United States and China are now playing a dangerous game which could lead to war. Beijing is asserting its new military might; and Washington is accepting the challenge.
At this point, we cannot undo the surveillance or what has been called cyber bullying. It is important, however, that American officials recognize the intensity of the European reaction, that it is serious, and that it is justified.
Barack Obama has ordered his senior national security and intelligence officials to draw up a list of potential overseas
China's president, Xi Jinping, meets his U.S. counterpart, Barack Obama, in California on June 7-8, seeking to ease some of the tensions generated by China's efforts to reshape the international order.