Xi Jinping’s U.S. Visit and its Significance on Tibet

China will never pursue hegemony or expansion, no matter how strong the country becomes, Chinese leader Xi Jinping said Monday.


None of these details can be viewed by Xi’s constituency back in China, which blocks many Western sites including Twitter, Google and YouTube.

For his part, Rouhani said Iran cherishes its friendly ties with China and, under the new circumstances, is willing to work with China to maintain close high-level exchanges and deepen long-term strategic cooperation in such fields as economy, trade and energy, so as to continuously advance bilateral ties. The presidents of the USA and China agree to continue to disagree on points of conflict including cyber espionage.

Osborne’s trip was criticised by human rights groups for including a visit to the violence-wracked region of Xinjiang, while Chinese state-run media praised him.

He also met U.S. Congress leaders and attended a welcoming luncheon hosted by Vice President Joe Biden and Secretary of State John Kerry. China: Can’t live with it, can’t live without it. That was the implied message of President Barack Obama’s press conference with a visiting Chinese President…

Xi, whose country holds veto power on the UN Security Council, called for a system of global diplomacy that is built on multilateralism and mutual respect and said the worldwide community’s move towards a “multi-polar world” and the emergence of developing markets were an unstoppable reality.


The U.S. and China have reportedly agreed on military rules concerning air-to-air intercepts.

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