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Latest China Items
With Beijing rapidly approaching $3 trillion in reserves, mostly in dollars, the understatement of the century is to label its economy "uncharted territory."
President Hu Jintao's recently concluded state visit to the United States was "fruitful," but the two countries need to work on increasing trust and communication, China's foreign minister said in comments published Sunday.
Chinese officials recently unveiled a new, high-tech stealth fighter that could pose a significant threat to American air superiority — and some of its technology, it turns out, may well have come from the United States itself.
The State Department in 2009 sought the Chinese government's help in blocking a sale to Iran of 25 tons of specialty steel for Tehran's defense industry to be used in building nuclear-related centrifuges, according to a classified department cable.
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With regard to Phelim Kine's Tuesday Commentary column, "Hu's missing": If the Chinese weren't able to exert so much economic influence on the world, there would be more prominent voices raised in opposition to the thuggery of the Chinese government.
President Barack Obama says "putting the economy into overdrive" is a top priority, even as a new poll showed the public giving him poor marks in this area.
The United States and South Korea have reached an accord that improves our pending trade agreement, better known as KORUS. Now, with this new accord in hand, the Obama administration is slated to enter the full fray of congressional trade politics for the first time. It brings a strong hand to the table. After more than a decade of division on trade, we have an opportunity for this Congress to move forward a significant trade agreement that reflects the priorities and values of both parties and all Americans.
Iran said differences were narrowing Friday at talks with six world powers who hope Tehran will curb its ability to turn nuclear power into atomic arms, but other nations said progress remained elusive.