Paul Eckert

China summit must deliver real results, says Clinton

US-China relations are at a critical juncture and a summit between their leaders next week must produce "real action, on real issues".

US seeks calm as China fumes over Taiwan arms

Chinese state media blasted the United States on Monday for a planned $6,4-billion arms package for Taiwan.

Obama plays China card, but who holds the ace?

Although United States President Barack Obama has never set foot there, China cast a long shadow in the Pacific region where he grew up.

China makes landmark pledge to curb CO2 emissions

Chinese President Hu Jintao on Tuesday promised to put a ''notable'' brake on the country's rapidly rising carbon emissions.

Web changes China, exile for Tiananmen leader

The internet has helped Wang Dan span the distance from his home in Los Angeles to Beijing, where 20 years ago he led the Tiananmen protests.

Leaders back free trade to ease crisis

Leaders from Asia and the Americas promised on Saturday to push for a global free trade deal and reform international lenders.

Bush urges China to meet with the Dalai Lama

President George Bush gave the Dalai Lama one of the highest United States honours on Wednesday and called on China to open talks with the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader whom Beijing reviles as a separatist. The Dalai Lama, accepting the Congressional Gold Medal from Bush and leaders of Congress, told a packed audience in the US Capitol that he had ''no hidden agenda''.

Bush hosts Dalai Lama amid Chinese outrage

President George Bush hosted the Dalai Lama on Tuesday despite China's warning that US plans to honour the exiled Tibetan spiritual leader could damage relations between Beijing and Washington. Beijing has bitterly denounced plans for the Dalai Lama to receive the Congressional Gold Medal on Wednesday.

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