Seattle trip launched Jiang’s steering of bilateral ties, the high points of which were China’s entry to the WTO and hosting of the 2008 Olympics.
Virtual meeting hosted by a Chinese development agency addressed protection of the marine environment, the climate crisis and the Covid-19 pandemic.
Premier Li Keqiang hailed energy cooperation, trade deals during video link meeting with Kazakh prime minister.
While Xinjiang officials say escape from fire was not blocked, Beijing says use of solid objects to enclose or isolate areas is ‘strictly forbidden’.
European Council chief Charles Michel is due to meet Chinese President Xi Jinping in Beijing next week.
Beijing and the Solomon Islands co-hosted a meeting for regional police chiefs that reportedly caused concern among the Australian government.
Demonstrators say they are worried that they are worried Washington will use the country as a ‘springboard’ to attack China.
Chinese Defence Minister Wei Fenghe and his US counterpart Lloyd Austin will both be in Cambodia for an Asean security meeting.
Event has been paused since Covid-19 hit but previously drew leaders and delegates from more than 200 countries and organisations.
The US has softened its opposition to a ‘loss and damage’ fund for nations battling climate change, but insists China be seen as a developed country and pay its share.
International security expert says it may become a comprehensive air operations centre to support more activities.
Foreign vice-minister Xie Feng reassures business leaders and diplomats that Beijing remains ‘steadfast’ in opening up to overseas markets.
Beijing’s account of Nguyen Phu Trong’s meeting with Xi Jinping said Vietnam would not allow any foreign bases but Vietnam’s statement had no such remarks.
Chinese president also notes ‘complex international environment’ facing the two socialist countries in talks with Vietnamese Communist Party chief Nguyen Phu Trong.
US embassy says the country ‘remains welcoming’ to Chinese citizens, though Beijing has accused Washington of harassing and deporting STEM students.
The war is one of the most commemorated in China, representing victory against US imperialism.
Nguyen Phu Trong’s arrival on Sunday comes as Vietnam and the US are in talks over strengthening ties.
Even 25 years after China regained sovereignty over Hong Kong, local culture has not progressed to a point at which condemning colonialism is natural or common.
Names of three PLA generals over 68 missing from Central Committee roster, but exception made for Zhang Youxia.
China’s deputy permanent representative Geng Shuang tells emergency session ‘bloc politics’ will not bring peace as China abstains from UN vote.
Social media article on account connected to People’s Daily says the now-lifted pause on the specialty metal was part of ‘China hysteria’, not safety concerns.
After narrowly defeating a proposal to debate China’s alleged abuses in Xinjiang, Beijing says developing countries are ‘clearly aware’ of Western motives.
Ministry expresses support for lawmaker’s proposal to promote activities that foster a positive view of family life, saying it is important for ‘social harmony’.
A column in a Communist Party mouthpiece outlining a ‘new world view’ signals Beijing’s growing confidence to challenge Washington as ‘anti-democratic’, analysts say.
Attention to shift to goal of returning country to the forefront of global powers by 2049.
Deputy foreign minister Ma Zhaoxu makes clear that ‘diplomatic struggle’ against threats to core interests will continue after October event.
Beijing’s ambassador to the UN Zhang Jun urges international community to ‘open the door to a political settlement’ to the war.
Timing of Giorgia Meloni’s statement partly intended to send a message to Nato, the US and the EU about Italy’s future foreign policies, says analyst.
US and Philippine presidents ‘underscored their support for freedom of navigation and overflight’ in the South China Sea.
Beijing reiterates call for negotiated resolution after Russian president activates 300,000 military reserve troops.