China found itself the focus of unwanted attention during the first presidential debate Monday, with Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump accusing Beijing of stealing American jobs and failing to do enough to tackle the rising nuclear threat in North Korea. During the debate, China was mentioned a dozen times, and most of those mentions came from Trump.
Dog lovers in China say they plan to join efforts to boycott the 2019 World Dog Show in Shanghai and endorse a global petition to say "No" to the city's plan to host it unless the government ends a controversial annual dog-meat festival in southern Guangxi province.
China and Russia have just held their first round of joint exercises in the South China Sea, including an island-seizing and island landing drill as well as anti-submarine and air defense maneuvers.
As President Barack Obama makes his final tour of Asia, much of the focus has been on the United States' pivot or re-balance of its economic, diplomatic and military interests to the region. The United States, however, is not the only country that is pivoting to Southeast Asia and trying to build influence.
The United States and Russia are working to finalize a cease-fire deal for Syria that would allow more humanitarian aid into the war-ravaged country, as world leaders meet in Hangzhou China for the Group of 20 Nations Leaders Summit. The two countries appeared to be closing in a possible deal, but obstacles remain.
As China's Group of 20 Nations Leaders Summit kicked off Sunday, a commotion on the tarmac during President Barack Obama's arrival and a series of other disputes continue to provide distractions.
The United States has joined China to formally ratify the Paris agreement to curb climate-warming emissions, the world's two biggest economies said on Saturday, which could help put the pact into force before the end of the year. U.S. President Barack Obama and Chinese President Xi Jinping submitted their plan to join the agreement to U.N.
Residents of China's historic city of Hangzhou are glad their hometown is getting attention on the world's stage as it plays host to the Group of 20 Nations (G-20) leaders' summit this weekend. They are also looking forward to the meeting's quick conclusion and a return to normalcy after months of preparations and extra tight security measures.
China, with big ambitions as host of this year's Group of 20 Nations leaders summit in Hangzhou, is aiming to put its stamp on the global body by forging a new economic model by promoting innovation.
The United Nations waited for more than a decade for Beijing to accept an invitation for its special envoy on extreme poverty and human rights to visit China. But when Beijing finally approved the request and allowed U.N. Special Rapporteur Philip Alston to visit this month, he was tailed by authorities and barred from meeting with academics.
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Selecting a term
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