US-China ties will help shape 21st century: John Kerry

The relationship between the United States and China is the "most consequential" in the world today, US Secretary of State John Kerry said today before a high-profile trip that includes a stop in Beijing.

US, China to intensify people-to-people exchange

The US and China have agreed to deepen cooperation and intensify people-to-people exchange to ensure a better future for bilateral ties.

US-China summit must deliver real results: Hillary

Hillary Clinton urges Americans and Chinese to put aside zero-sum thinking.

Chinese military has potential to put US at risk: Robert Gates

Gates said, if Chinese considered US a declining power because of financial crisis, they were wrong.

Gates hopes to bolster US-China military dialogue

Gates is due to leave for China tomorrow for his first official visit to the country since 2007.

US-China dialogue on human rights begins

The US-China dialogue on Human Rights will discuss rule of law, religious freedom, labour rights, Internet freedom.

Obama tells China US wants positive relationship

Obama told China`s new ambassador Washington wanted to "further develop" a positive relationship with China, White House said in a statement on Monday.

US Dy Secy of State in China on diplomatic mission

A senior US diplomat was due in China for talks aimed at getting Sino-US relations back on track.

US-China relationship is most important and complex: US

Relationship between the US and China is one of the most important and complex relationships in the world today, a top Obama Administration official has said.

US advisory panel warns of rampant Chinese spying

A US congressional advisory panel said on Thursday that Chinese spies are aggressively stealing American secrets to use in building up Beijing`s military and economic strength.

Obama, Hu pledge to improve US-China ties

New York: US President Barack Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao have pledged to work closely to strengthen ties between the two countries.

US, China won`t slow government spending `too soon`

The US and China agreed to maintain aggressive measures to stimulate their economies until a global recovery takes hold, US officials said after talks with their Chinese counterparts Monday.