State Councilor Dai Bingguo met with United States Deputy Secretary of State James Steinberg on Thursday afternoon, seeking to reduce tensions on the Korean Peninsula. China urges Six-Party Talks
China and India vowed on Thursday to raise bilateral trade to $100 billion by 2015, from $60 billion in 2010, and called for a stronger partnership between Asia's two giants. Patience needed for boundary question Special Coverage
The Obama administration said Wednesday that two days of talks with a high-level delegation from China produced results that should benefit US companies ranging from manufacturers of computer software and wind turbines to beef producers.
The UN Security Council on Wednesday lifted sanctions that barred Iraq from acquiring weapons of mass destruction and pursuing a civilian nuclear program, in a symbolic step to restore the country to the international standing it held before 1990.
Air-raid sirens wailed and city traffic halted on Wednesday as the ROK staged its biggest-ever civil defense drill, amid high tensions with the DPRK and a US warning about Pyongyang's nuclear program.