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US Remains Top Military Threat to China

US Remains the Top Military Threat to China

The United States remains the No.1 military threat to China followed by North Korea, according to a report released by China's armed forces, the People's Liberation Army (PLA).

Duterte Seeks Beijing's Financial Help in its Fight Against Islamic Extremists

Duterte Seeks Beijing's Financial Help in its Fight Against Islamic Extremists

In a bid to neutralize the growing Islamic threat in the Philippines, President Rodrigo Duterte is seeking China's financial help by way of a loan to be used in acquiring high-powered military arms and weaponry.

Washington, Seoul Join Forces to Thwart North Korea's Nuclear Threat

Washington, Seoul Join Forces to Thwart North Korea's Nuclear Threat

Washington and Seoul have vowed to join forces and strengthen their joint military capabilities to thwart North Korea's nuclear threat in the Korean Peninsula.

Manila not Inclined to Implement July 12 Ruling 'Forcefully' Against China

Manila not Inclined to Implement July 12 Ruling 'Forcefully' Against China

Following a recent survey that showed 84 percent of Filipinos want Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte to assert his country's rights over its territories in the South China Sea, a high-ranking official has said that Manila continues to pursue the diplomatic route to assert its claims in the disputed maritime region.

China Warns Trump Not to Meddle in South China Sea Dispute

China Warns Trump not to Meddle in South China Sea Dispute

China has warned US President Donald Trump not to meddle in the South China Sea dispute saying Washington is not a party to the territorial conflict in the region.

Sino-Philippine Ties Put to the Test Over China's Military Buildup in the Spratlys

Sino-Philippine Ties put to the Test Over China's Military Buildup in the Spratlys

China and the Philippines face a new challenge to their diplomatic ties after Manila filed a mild protest before the Chinese Embassy last month over Beijing's reported military buildup on the islands and reefs in the contested Spratly Islands in the South China Sea.

Trump Government to Bar China From Taking Islands in the South China Sea

Trump Government to Stop China From Controlling Islands in the South China Sea

A US official under the administration of newly-installed President Donald Trump on Monday warned Beijing that Washington would be taking drastic measures to prevent China from occupying territories in international waters in the disputed South China Sea.

Philippine Delegation Flies to Beijing to Discuss Investment, Economic Cooperation with China

Philippine Delegation Flies to Beijing to Discuss Investment, Economic Cooperation With China

A group of high-level Philippine officials are set to meet high-ranking Chinese authorities this week in Beijing to iron out the final details of $15 billion worth of investment and economic deals that President Rodrigo Duterte inked with the Asian giant during his first official state visit to China last year.

Xi Should Reach Out to Trump to Save Sino-US Relations: US Analysts

Xi Should Reach out to Trump to Save Sino-US Relations: US Analysts

Chinese President Xi Jinping should reach out to the newly-installed US President Donald Trump "as early as possible" if he wants to save Sino-US relations, US experts said on Saturday, a day after Trump's inauguration.

China Should Brace Itself for the 'Worst to Come' in its Relations with US Under New Trump Government--Expert

China Must Prepare for the 'Worst to Come' in its Relations With the US Under Trump: Expert

A Chinese expert has warned that there could be major confrontations between Beijing and Washington on the economic front after Donald Trump was sworn in as the 45th president of the United States on Friday.

China Getting Ready to Fight Back if Trump Starts Trade War

China is Getting Ready to Fight Back if Trump Starts Trade War

China is preparing retaliatory measures it would take in the face of a possible trade war with the incoming administration of US President-elect Donald Trump.

Davos: Xi Sells Globalization to CEOs, Political Leaders at the World Economic Forum

Davos 2017: Xi Sells Globalization to World Leaders, CEOs at the World Economic Forum

Chinese President Xi Jinping addressed the annual Davos World Economic Forum (WEF) on Tuesday, selling the benefits of economic globalization to global political leaders, CEOs, and bankers who attended the gathering.

President Xi Urges Swiss Business Leaders to Fight Trade Protectionism

President Xi Urges Swiss Business Leaders to Fight Trade Protectionism

Chinese President Xi Jinping met with Swiss business leaders in the capital city of Bern on Monday, underscoring the Chinese and Swiss business circles' common interests in maintaining an open and free trade.

President Xi Vows to Forge Close Friendship with Switzerland During his First Official State Visit

President Xi to Forge Close Friendship with Switzerland During his First Official State Visit

Chinese President Xi Jinping has arrived in Switzerland Sunday for his first 4-day official state visit to the Alpine country, vowing to nurture close friendship and boost cooperation between the two nations.

President Xi Jinping to Put Beijing in the Business Spotlight at Davos World Economic Forum

President Xi Jinping to Put Beijing in the Business Spotlight at Davos World Economic Forum

All eyes will be on Chinese President Xi Jinping as he is about to bask in the spotlight at the gathering of world leaders and the business elite at the World Economic Forum in Davos next Tuesday, days ahead of the US President-elect Donald Trump's inauguration on Friday.

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