Breaking news and analysis on US-China relations, including trade war, talks, and tensions between Washington and Beijing.
Trump’s tack further to the right – using Hitler-like calls for political violence – might have finally begun to scare off more moderate Republicans. While he remains well out in front, recent polling shows some crucial changes that might not bode well as Nikki Haley and Chris Christie gain ground
Since Xi Jinping took power, national security has taken top priority over Deng Xiaoping’s mantra of keeping a low profile and building the economy. Now US-China relations appear to be warming, Beijing should revive the economy and restore business confidence.
Both countries may have recommitted to the fight against global warming, but there is a long way to go yet.
Tsinghua University professor Da Wei warns excessively broad definition of threats could drain resources away from China’s development and cause ties with Washington to overshadow relations with other countries.
President says creating favourable legal conditions is essential as the nation opens up to the outside world.
VMware sent a letter to employees saying Broadcom would start discussions this week on options for joining the semiconductor giant.
Hours before Beijing is to launch international expo featuring tech giants like Tesla and Apple, Joe Biden unveils White House ‘resilience council’.
At the UK’s Global Investment Summit in London, Dominic Johnson said while the geopolitical picture remains fraught, he is still looking to attract Chinese investors, particularly electric vehicle manufacturers.
Middle East conflict is a rare occasion to share a common voice that challenges foreign policy of the United States and other Western powers.
Beijing and Washington will team up at UN climate conference in Dubai to strengthen cooperation as the two leading carbon emitters pledge to step up joint action to fight global warming.
In this issue of the Global Impact newsletter, we reflect on the meeting between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping before the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation (Apec) leaders’ summit in San Francisco.
PLA command calls United States the ‘biggest disrupter of peace’ in the region, accusing it of ‘illegally’ entering waters near contested islands in first encounter in the area since leaders Xi Jinping and Joe Biden met in effort to manage tensions.
Chinese travel agencies ramp up marketing and investments to draw overseas visitors as they capitalise on warming ties between Beijing and its key partners.
Washington will lean heavily on its regional allies to continue countering China amid the ongoing conflicts, analysts say – even if the ‘era of absolute US primacy in Asia may be over’.
The Conference Board think tank’s twice-yearly survey finds that confidence among dozens of polled CEOs has taken a big hit while Beijing struggles to stimulate the market and lure investors.
The meeting in Busan will address preparations for a three-nation summit, expected to be held by early next year.
The exercises in the disputed waters come days after Chinese leader Xi Jinping met his counterparts to discuss ways of reducing tensions.
After a prolonged delay, the Shanghai International Commercial Airshow has come in for a landing – and Chinese engines are powering its return.
At a launch for his latest book, the ex-minister commented on China’s rise, the war in Gaza, why Hongkongers are ‘bothered by Singapore’, and on late leader Lee Kuan Yew: ‘He was not a sadist.’
Deputy US Defence Secretary Kathleen Hicks says use of continuing resolutions has ‘significant consequences’.