Challenges awaiting Biden Administration in Asia and Pacific

One of the biggest challenges faced by the Biden administration in the Asia and Pacific Region is unquestionably the rapidly increasing PRC's influence in the entirety of East Asia and Pacific. Bloody border conflicts initiated with India in Ladakh, the militarization of the islands in the South China Sea, the tension over Senkaku/Diaoyu rocks with

Secretary Blinken’s Call with Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Locsin

Secretary of State Antony J. Blinken spoke today with Philippine Secretary of Foreign Affairs Teodoro Locsin, Jr. Secretary Blinken and Secretary Locsin reaffirmed that a strong U.S.-Philippine Alliance is vital to a free and open Indo-Pacific region. Secretary Blinken stressed the importance of the Mutual Defense Treaty for the security of both nations, and its

U.S. Moves to Protect Investors from China’s Firms

The People’s Republic of China has long prohibited Chinese companies listed on U.S. stock exchanges from complying with U.S. regulatory requirements designed to protect investors, claiming compliance would violate PRC laws on national security information. The failure to meet basic disclosure requirements has enabled companies like Luckin Coffee Inc. to mislead investors. In April, the

Chinese Defense Ministry Denounces $280 Million US Arms Sales to Taiwan

“China firmly opposes US arms sales to Taiwan and urges the US to immediately cancel the projects of selling weapons to Taiwan,” said Senior Colonel Ren Guoqiang, spokesperson for China's Ministry of National Defense (MND) on Tuesday night, when commenting on the sale of about $280 million worth of military communications equipment to Taiwan region

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30 Years of Sino- US Relations (1)

After the founding of the People's Republic of China, the US government "watched" for a short period of time before following a "no- recognition" policy for more than 20 years. In the late 1960s, when great changes took place in the world situation, both governments of China and the United States readjusted their diplomatic policies,

30 Years of Sino- US Relations (2)

On October 1, 1970, Chairman Mao Zedong invited American writer Edgar Snow to the National Day celebration on the Tian'anmen rostrum, sending a signal to the United States that China was willing to improve her relations with the United States. On December 18, MaoZedong asked Snow to pass the message to Washington that Nixon would

30 Years of Sino- US Relations (3)

On October 7, 1972,Premier Zhou Enlai of the State Council met with Professor Norman with the visiting delegation of the US Association of Newspaper Editors. On the evening of February 17, 1973,Chairman Mao Zedong met with Dr. Henry Kissinger, national security adviser to the president of the United States. During the Kissinger's visit to China,

30 Years of Sino- US Relations (4)

President Ford and his party went for sightseeing in the Summer Palace in Beijing. On February 24,Chairman Mao Zedong met with former US President Richard Nixon and held an extensive talk with him on issues of common concern. On May 26, 1973, a delegation of scientists from the United States visited the Great Wall in

30 Years of Sino- US Relations (5)

On January 31, 1979, Temple University of Philadelphia held a ceremony in the Blair House in Washington to confer on Deng Xiaoping's" honorary doctorate of laws". Vice- Premier Deng Xiaoping met with Harold Brown, visiting Secretary of Defense of the United States, on January 9, 1980. Vice- Premier Deng Xiaoping met with Sandon A. Wilson,

30 Years of Sino- US Relations (6)

Li Peng, Premier of the State Council, met with President Bush at the Diaoyutai State Guesthouse on February 25, 1989 and presented him with a Flying Pigeon bicycle. US violinist Isaac Stern came to China for a performance. The picture shows Madame Soong Ching-ling, Vice-Chairman of China, having a photo taken with Stern. While attending

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