Trump has yet again outwitted himself with his own hubris by agreeing to a one-on-one meeting with Kim. From the cradle, Kim learned from North Korea’s past leaders — his father and grandfather — how to play the world for suckers.
Whatever Kim discusses with South Korean President Moon Jae In or US President Donald Trump – no decisions will be possible without Xi.
Anti-capitalist guerrillas, who since the 1999 Seattle revolt have disputed every international economic summit, would never have thought that the most effective leader of the "anti-globalization" battle would not be one of their own, but a billionaire Scrooge.
Cooperation or antagonism: Where will America and China's relationship go from here? That is the question the Group of Twenty summit made us consider.
At the G20 summit in Hangzhou, President Obama met and talked with Xi Jinping, the Chinese head of state.
The conference was the world's last look at a frank [Read more]
[The U.S.'] “global real-time combat system plan” is a threat to the safety of all nations of the world.
Chinese President Xi Jinping will meet with U.S. President Barack Obama this week. The talks will take place on the sidelines of a summit on nuclear security being held in Washington. The Chinese leader will be one of the few heads of state participating in the forum that Obama will receive. This meeting is a sign of [Read more]
While on a state visit to the United States, Chinese President Xi Jinping held a summit with President Barack Obama. The leaders agreed on various points, including their stance on the North Korean nuclear issue, the reduction of greenhouse gases in response to climate change and the strengthening of military hotlines [Read more]
<i>The Chinese president started his first state visit to the U.S. on Tuesday.</i>
The anecdote speaks volumes about the level of mistrust between the world’s two superpowers: During his upcoming visit to New York for the U.N. General Assembly, Barack Obama will not be staying at the legendary Waldorf Astoria, [Read more]