China’s foreign minister calls for stronger trade and security ties during trip to Hanoi, saying the two countries should remain united in a world of chaos and change.
Deputy US Defence Secretary Kathleen Hicks says use of continuing resolutions has ‘significant consequences’.
Beijing has not had a defence minister since Li Shangfu was removed from the post in October for unknown reasons.
President Joe Biden mentions counter-narcotics, artificial intelligence and climate change as issues to be addressed jointly; Xi Jinping cites ‘grave’ economic problems, including ‘protectionism’.
Initiative contains 10 measures building global framework to harness technology’s benefits while mitigating risks, says State Department.
Potential dangers of AI expected to be major focus of Wednesday’s much-awaited bilateral meeting on margins of Apec summit in San Francisco.
US Treasury secretary says ‘use of economic tools for national security purposes’ will be a topic on the agenda for talks in San Francisco with He Lifeng.
Congressional commission calls on American leader to raise concerns about Beijing’s rights abuses and demand immediate end to transnational repression.
First such bilateral discussion since 2019 described as ‘candid and in-depth’, according to State Department readout.
At first Americas Partnership for Economic Prosperity summit, US president seeks to counter China’s Belt and Road Initiative.
AI-enabled decision-making could be key in deterring or winning a fight, according to Defence Department official Kathleen Hicks.
The nomination of the man considered the architect of US President Joe Biden’s Indo-Pacific strategy as deputy secretary of state suggests how crucial Biden feels countering China is, analysts say.
Foreign Minister Wang Yi’s visit to Washington lays the groundwork for the two leaders to meet in San Francisco.
Arrival of Beijing’s top diplomat in Washington widely expected to secure President Xi Jinping’s attendance at Apec in San Francisco in November.
At a joint briefing with Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese, US President Joe Biden is ‘confident’ Congress will pass funding for Aukus subs and that the alliance is an ‘anchor’ to peace and prosperity in the region.
Contenders from DPP, KMT and TPP have visited the US in recent weeks, with the trips important for both US officials and the candidates’ standing back home.
The measures aim to hamper China’s military development by closing loopholes in regulations released last year, Commerce Secretary Gina Raimondo says.
After a 4-year pause, Senate Democratic leader Chuck Schumer is leading lawmakers for ‘direct, candid and respectful’ conversations with Chinese leadership.
Intelligence agencies in Washington and Beijing are intentionally more visible than ever, both for domestic and foreign audiences.
China’s ‘risky’ moves in Taiwan Strait and South China Sea could spiral into crisis, though conflict isn’t ‘imminent or inevitable’, says assistant US defence secretary.
State Department report on alleged damage Beijing’s influence operations inflict on America’s reputation overseas is latest cause for Washington alarm.
Senate majority leader Charles Schumer is reportedly planning a bipartisan delegation, which would be the first congressional trip to mainland China in four years.
‘Huge miscalculation’ if Beijing proceeded with trying to cut off the self-ruled island, senior US defence officials testify at House hearing.
‘They don’t know what they’re missing,’ says House committee chairman as members dine on Japanese seafood at Washington event.
Summary of annual cyber strategy report says that ‘in the event of conflict, the PRC likely intends to launch destructive cyberattacks against the US homeland’.
The Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, the US president’s programme for the region, is failing as an alternative to trade deals China is offering, the Asia Society Policy Institute concludes.
Replicator programme should ‘help us overcome the PRC’s biggest advantage … more ships, more missiles, more people’, Deputy US Secretary of Defence Kathleen Hicks says.
As first-degree murder charges are filed against Tailei Qi in killing of Zijie Yan, some in community fear deepening of ‘outsider’ status.
High interest in New Taipei mayor’s views on island’s defence and security expected among American officials and experts he meets over eight-day trip.
Latest sale of infrared search-and-track equipment built by Lockheed Martin deepens interoperability with American fighter-jet programme.