Strong US-China ties help rest of the world: Obama

Obama offered a warm welcome to Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping amid sharp policy differences.

US, China face off over sea dispute

The session was not a formally planned moment of diplomacy but rather a late add-on.

US urges China to free last year`s Nobel winner

Liu Xiaobo`s wife Liu Xia has been held under virtual house arrest since he won the prize last October.

Cooperation key for global economy: Biden to China

China`s worries about the US economy are the subtext for the Joe Biden`s five-day visit.

Powell sees improvement in US-China ties

Ex-US secretary of state tags recent state visit by China`s Prez a success.

Hu urges closer US-China ties as world powers

Hu Jintao urged United States to treat China "with respect and as equals".

Despite differences, US can work with China

Welcoming the decision of Chinese President Hu Jintao to attend the Nuclear Security Summit in Washington later this month, the White House said this shows that despite differences both the countries can work together.

China welcomes US call for friendly ties

China has sought smoother ties with the US and welcomed President Obama`s call for a positive relationship in a meeting with Beijing`s new ambassador to Washington.

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-China relations: Kissinger in Beijing

Ex-US Secy Kissinger, known for his role in 1971 in bringing about the historic Sino-US rapprochement is here again.

Wen charges US with violating China`s sovereignty

Blaming the US for "serious disruption" in bilateral ties, Premier Wen Jiabao on Sunday accused it of violating China`s sovereignty and territorial integrity.

Ties with US ‘seriously disrupted’: China FM

Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Sunday that relations with the United States had been "seriously disrupted”, after a rise in friction between the two big powers.

China media decries US `arrogance` on Taiwan

China`s state media accused Washington on Monday of "arrogance" and "double standards" in going ahead with arms sales to Taiwan, saying Beijing`s threat to penalise US companies over the deal was very real.

US, China locked in dispute over Taiwan arms sale

China and the United States were on Sunday locked in an escalating dispute over US arms sales to Taiwan, with Washington rebuffing Chinese protests and insisting the deal will add stability in the Taiwan Strait.

US "politicising" Google affair: Chinese media

Chinese state media stepped up their war of words with the United States over Internet control on Tuesday, with a top newspaper claiming a US conspiracy and saying China can live without Google.

US Internet criticism "unreasonable": China

China on Friday rejected US criticism
of its Internet censorship as "unreasonable" and warned
Washington against harming bilateral ties on a row over
Google`s threat to quit the Chinese market.

US vulnerable to China: Senator Webb

An influential American Senator on Friday said the US faces more risk from China than ever and there is no country in the world to which it is more vulnerable.

Google case not linked to ties with US: China

China says the dispute it is having with Internet giant Google should not be linked to its bilateral ties with the United States.

Obama still seeking Chinese help on many fronts

Obama came into office talking tough on China. The emerging superpower, he promised, would be treated as a competitor, not coddled as a friend or shunned as an enemy.