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  • Chinese Bloggers Ask Kerry to Help Bring Down Internet Firewall

    Chinese bloggers told U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry the push for Internet freedom in China is going backward and that the U.S. should help the country’s people overcome restrictions on online communication.

  • Kerry Meets Xi Jinping to Push China to Rein in N. Korea

    U.S. Secretary of State John Kerry ended meetings with Chinese leaders yesterday with a “profound sense of optimism,” saying the two countries see eye-to-eye on need for further pressure on North Korea’s nuclear ambitions.

  • China Risks Cooler South Korea Ties With Air Defense Zone

    China’s overlap of its new air zone with that of South Korea in the East China Sea has complicated its efforts to forge closer ties with President Park Geun Hye and gives her an incentive to further strengthen relations with the U.S.

  • North, South Korea Will Hold Talks at Asean, First Meeting Since February

    North Korea and South Korea agreed today to try to revive multinational talks on the North’s nuclear-weapons program, signaling an easing of tension between the two rivals that has been an irritant to U.S.-China ties over the past year.

  • Kerry Wraps Asia Tour Inviting North Korea to Nuclear Talks

    Secretary of State John Kerry ended his Asian tour with an agreement to work with China, Japan and South Korea to lure North Korea back into nuclear talks. He also left the door open for a U.S. meeting with a volatile dictator who is raising tensions in the Pacific region.

  • Memo to China: Size Isn’t Everything

    For more than three decades, China has been courting its neighbors to the south. Enticing the countries of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) into closer cooperation has been a top goal of Chinese foreign policy since the days of Deng Xiaoping, and it has brought great rewards.

  • U.S.-China Talks Delve Into Central Banks Amid Snowden Cloud

    The U.S. and China are meeting this week to find ways to balance a wider flow of investment and goods as their central banks try to prevent excessive risk- taking from derailing the world’s biggest economies.

  • China Says Its South Sea Claims Are `Indisputable'

    China declared its “indisputable sovereignty” over the South China Sea and held naval drills in the waters, pushing back against a U.S. role in resolving disputes in one of the world’s busiest shipping lanes.

  • China Agrees to Join U.S. to End N. Korea Weapons Pursuit

    The U.S. and China agreed to work together toward persuading North Korea to abandon its nuclear pursuits in a move that highlighted China’s growing frustration with a long-standing yet volatile Communist ally.

  • U.S. Urges Level Playing Field as China Pledges Reforms

    The U.S. pressed China to ensure that American companies there are treated fairly and aren’t subjected to cyber surveillance by the Chinese government.

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