Obama described the U.S.'s economic relationship with China as 'positive' and 'constructive' while touting the $45 billion export deal he cemented during President Hu Jintao's visit. We look at how we have benefited from China's growing economy.
China's President Hu Jintao arrived at Andrews Air Force Base Tuesday. The meeting comes at a time when the relationship between countries is strained and both presidents are suffering from a lack of faith in their leadershi
Shen Dingli is a fellow at the Asia Society and director for the Center of American Studies at Fudan University in Shanghai. He helps to clarify the relationship between President Hu Jintao and his military.
The dynamic between China, Japan, the U.S., and South and North Korea may be changing ? but how? For more on this topic we're joined by Brian Myers, researcher of North Korean ideology and propaganda at Dongseo University in Pusan, South Korea.
On Tuesday, President Obama and his Chinese counterpart Hu Jintao agreed to cooperate on climate change and other important matters. Anchor Jeb Sharp talks with David Biello, the associate editor for environment and energy at Scientific American magazine.
President Obama met with his Chinese counterpart, Hu Jintao, today for talks that ran the gamut from climate change to Taiwan to global security. Residents of China watched Obama's visit carefully, as did many Chinese-Americans.
German chancellor Angela Merkel is in Beijing for a two-day visit expected to focus on the eurzone crisis, Iran and Syria. Accompanied by a 20 strong trade delegation, she is scheduled to meet President Hu Jintao and Premier Wen Jiabao.
China is attempting a delicate balancing act - trying to mediate the explosive dispute between Sudan and the newly independent nation of South Sudan. As The World's Mary Kay Magistad explains to host Marco Werman.