China has been making continuous efforts to defuse the tension over the South China Sea issue, even though some countries have taken unilateral actions to meet their interests.
US lawmakers have called upon both houses of Congress to make an official statement of regret for the 1882 Chinese Exclusion Act and related legislation, which banned Chinese immigration and naturalization.
Some senior U.S. officials and mainstream agencies have repeatedly made remarks over recent months as if international navigation in the South China Sea were in peril. Is this true?
The following is the full text of Premier Wen Jiabao's address at the sixth China-Germany forum for economic and technological cooperation held in Berlin on June 28, 2011.
The US is having to readjust to the shifting balance of power and re-focus on the traditional security matters among nation states. While the US has benefited from its extensive cooperation with China, it is also aspiring to mitigate uncertainties through all sorts of hedging.
EU countries' relationships with China have been paradoxical. On the one hand, they like to criticize China. On the other, they find it hard to do without China, especially on the economic front.
The EU is trying to develop a common strategy toward China but is handicapped by differing views among its 27 EU member states on issues such as lifting the arms embargo and granting China market economy status.
The strategic cooperative partnership between Beijing and Moscow has made great headway over the past decade since the signing of the Treaty of Good-Neighborliness and Friendly Cooperation between the two countries in 2001.
At a time when the fragile security situation on the Korean Peninsula can be intensified at any time, China should continue to adhere to its long-cherished policy of peaceful talks and should firmly oppose any activities detrimental to regional peace.
The SCO embodies a spirit, that is the "Shanghai Spirit" whose essence is mutual trust, mutual benefit, equality, consultation, respect for diverse civilizations and seeking common development.
The South China Sea dispute is heating up again with Vietnam and the Philippines claiming parts of Nansha and Xisha islands as their territory and accusing China of aggression in the resource-rich waters off the islands.
Scholars discuss the different aspects of the Shanghai Cooperation Organization and highlight the areas it needs to focus on to enhance the security and prosperity of its members.
My book, Battle Hymn of the Tiger Mother, published six months ago, sparked a worldwide controversy turning my life upside down. For a while, I was getting 500 emails a day. Some were vicious, but many others were extremely positive and inspiring.
China doubters are back in force. Yet, year in and year out, China has defied the naysayers and stayed the course, perpetuating the most spectacular development miracle of modern times.
In the just-concluded fourth trilateral meeting of the leaders of China, Japan and South Korea, all three countries agreed to speed up the process toward finalizing a free-trade agreement (FTA).
China and DPRK can play a vital role in safeguarding peace and stability on the Korean Peninsula and seeking an early resumption of the Six-Party Talks.
China and Brazil should optimize investment structure and promote diversity of bilateral trade and exchanges.
China, Japan and South Korea should take the lead in cooperation in fields of environmental, food and resources security and confront the ever-growing number of unconventional challenges they all face.
Though the selection of a new IMF managing director is of immediate importance, more important is the reform needed in the IMF's policies and operations.
Working together, Asia Pacific can shape the forces of the economic recovery by investing in its people, its human capital, by strengthening our social commitments and implementing social protections as a mainstay of national development.