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War With China?

Allan Topol | Posted 02.09.2014 | Politics
Allan Topol

The United States and China are now playing a dangerous game which could lead to war. Beijing is asserting its new military might; and Washington is accepting the challenge.

Obama's Big China Summit in California Merely Sets the Stage

William Bradley | Posted 08.07.2013 | Politics
William Bradley

Even in geopolitics, it's not all, nor need it be, confrontation with China. There is a potential global partnership agenda to pursue. Are Obama and Xi crafty enough to avoid direct confrontation in favor of a creative tension as the new dynamic between America and the rising China?

What Obama And Romney Don't Get About China

The Huffington Post | Mark Gongloff | Posted 10.22.2012 | Business

You might hear a lot about China at tonight's foreign-policy-themed presidential debate. We'd better hope that most of it is bogus posturing, because ...

Obama and Romney on China: Who's Lying?

Ian Fletcher | Posted 11.27.2012 | Politics
Ian Fletcher

The upcoming presidential debates are going to be the last serious chance (especially for Romney, who can't announce policy initiatives) to put some serious meat on their rival claims to be trade hawks. I am not getting my hopes up.

American Problems Not Made In China

Peter S. Goodman | Posted 11.23.2012 | Business
Peter S. Goodman

By indulging in political theatrics that cast China as the evil empire, the candidates are distracting us from the much more fruitful pursuit of figuring out what we can we do here at home to make American companies both more competitive and more prodigious sources of quality paychecks.

Obama Ad Mocks Romney On China Trade

The Huffington Post | Elise Foley | Posted 09.18.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON -- President Barack Obama's reelection campaign released an ad Monday bashing GOP presidential candidate Mitt Romney for his statements on ...

Obama Needs to Actively Confront Chinese Revisionism in Asia

Richard Grenell | Posted 10.07.2012 | World
Richard Grenell

If the U.S. wants to counter Chinese aggression in Asia, the Obama Administration needs to be more consistent in their approach against strategic adversaries and back-up its diplomatic rhetoric against China with hard power leverage.

Obama Asserts US In Key Region

AP | TOM RAUM | Posted 01.21.2012 | Politics

WASHINGTON — President Barack Obama's close attention to the Asia-Pacific region signaled both a turn toward a part of the world experiencing so...

China Calls On Obama To Cancel Dalai Lama Meeting

AP | Posted 09.14.2011 | World

BEIJING — China has called on the U.S. to withdraw an invitation for the Dalai Lama to meet with President Barack Obama at the White House, sayi...

U.S. And China Reach New Trade Agreements

AP | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

WASHINGTON — The Obama administration said Wednesday that two days of talks with a high-level delegation from China produced results that should...

Behind The Scenes White House Photos: Asia Visit, Great Wall Trip

Posted 05.25.2011 | Style

The White House has released new behind-the-scenes photos from President Obama's recent trip to Asia. See him tour the Great Wall, participate in a n...

Twitter: Obama Admits He's Never Used Twitter

Posted 05.25.2011 | Technology

At a town hall event during Obama's trip to China, the web-savvy President admitted to a group of Chinese youth in Shanghai that he's never used Twitt...

Obama's Asia Trip: Too Focused On Common Ground?

TIME | Michael Scherer | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

Let it be known without apology: Barack Obama is not above the bow. He dipped his head all through Asia -- greeting Japan's Emperor with a deep bend a...

Obama Wore Weatherproof Brand Jacket To Tour Great Wall

Posted 05.25.2011 | Style

Always the practical one, President Obama wore every dad's favorite Weatherproof jacket, complete with a fleece bib and removable hood to visit the Gr...

Obama In China: 'Walks A Tightrope' In His First Visit

AP | JENNIFER LOVEN | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

SHANGHAI — President Barack Obama sought a political balance Monday on his first trip to China, seeking help on urgent global problems while wei...

Obama Tours China's Great Wall

Posted 05.25.2011 | World

(AP) BEIJING President Barack Obama absorbed history's expanse Wednesday from atop the Great Wall of China, a manmade wonder of such enormity that Oba...

China Calls Obama 'Reckless'

GlobalPost | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

BEIJING, China �" U.S. President Barack Obama's tough new stand on China is not playing well in Beijing. A week before meeting President Hu Jintao ...

The Debtor's Dance: the U.S.-China Exchange

Robert L. Borosage | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Robert L. Borosage

The U.S., the world's largest debtor, met this week with the confident leaders of its largest creditor, the communist government of China. President Obama, exercising his remarkable gift for presenting a sea change as a gentle current, laid out the fundamental challenge almost in passing: The U.S. cannot go back to the old economy where we borrowed $2 billion a day, largely from the Chinese, to be the consumer of the world by living far beyond our means. We must consume less, produce more, sell more abroad and balance our trade.

US, China Climate Change Accord Signed

Al Jazeera English | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

The United States and China have signed an agreement to promote greater co-operation on climate change....

Obama, Hu Agree To 'US-China Strategic Economic Dialogue' (VIDEO)

Huffington Post | Stuart Whatley | Posted 05.25.2011 | World

President Obama's first day in London for the G-20 Summit made for what appears to have been a productive foreign relations binge, of sorts, whereby t...

100 Days: China Looks To Deepen Ties With Obama

Reuters | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics

China hopes to deepen ties with the United States under President Barack Obama, Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi said on Wednesday. "In this new ...

More Views on Obama from China

Michael Standaert | Posted 05.25.2011 | Politics
Michael Standaert

While president-elect Obama may have campaigned on a platform of change, don't expect much divergence from past administrations in the way the U.S. deals with China.