US National Security Advisor Susan Rice has met Chinese State Councilor Yang Jiechi in New York and the two leaders agreed to strengthen coordination on regional and global challenges, including North Korea and Iran.
Top officials from US and Pakistan have discussed methods to work together as partners and mutually support regional stability in the near term in order to fight against terrorism, the White House has said.
Asserting that countering violent extremism is a difficult challenge but not an insurmountable one, US National Security Advisor Susan Rice has called for a renewed commitment to building a world unmarred by terrorism and ideologies of violence.
While President Barack Obama was busy doing "walk the talk" and "chai per charcha" with Prime Minister Narendra Modi, his top aides were frantically using social media about their once-in-a-life experience of visit to India and their attending the colourful Republic Day Parade.
US President Barack Obama's proposed visit to India, to be the chief guest at the 2015 Republic Day celebrations, is a great opportunity to strengthen and expand bilateral strategic partnership, top American administration officials and experts have said.
Setting the tone for US President Barack Obama's November visit to Beijing, US National Security Adviser Susan Rice said that the President's Beijing trip will be an "important milestone" that will further deepen US-China ties.
The US strongly supports efforts by India and Pakistan to expand bilateral trade and commercial ties as it will help in broadening support base for normalisation of their relationship, a top American official said on Saturday.
President Barack Obama`s national security adviser Susan Rice played host to a series of meetings with Israeli officials last week to try to gain their support for an interim deal with Iran aimed at containing Tehran`s nuclear program.