Asean talks: US and China pledge to co-operate on Asia - Breaking News Allvoices

News Stories Related To: Asean talks: US and China pledge to co-operate on Asia

By jimmii
Karāchi : Pakistan | almost 2 years ago  
US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and her Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi have said their countries will co-operate on Asia issues. They are meeting on the sidelines of the Asean...
    • Clear
    • Share:
    • Share
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
    • Clear
     
  • Read full report
   Reach     Credibility Credibility of 5
Report Your News Got a similar story?
Add it to the network!

Or add related content to this report

Related news stories

  • Envoy returns over isle row

      Japan Times | almost 2 years ago
    After their meeting Sunday afternoon, Genba told reporters that he urged Niwa to continue to communicate Tokyo's position to Beijing that the Senkaku Islands are Japan's legitimate territory and that there is no dispute. "I will go (to Tokyo) to...
  • Hanoi sees red at name in book

      Sydney Morning Herald | almost 2 years ago
    Vietnam but visits to bookshops to confiscate issues of travel guide Lonely Planet are unusual. The guidebook has raised the ire of authorities because its maps mention the South China Sea, which in Vietnam is firmly referred to as the East Sea (...
  • Vietnam extends contract, wants India's presence in 128 block

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    Videsh Limited (OVL) had earlier indicated to the Vietnamese authorities its plans to terminate operations in the 128 block as it could not begin oil exploration due to hard sea bed and wanted quit for "techno commercial" reasons...China to resolve...
  • Hillary Clinton ends Asia trip after taking charm offensive to Myanmar

      China Post | almost 2 years ago
    Hillary Clinton flew out of Asia Saturday after a trip dominated by significantly warmer ties with Myanmar as Washington looks to open the resource-rich former pariah to U.S. firms...Secretary of State held landmark talks with Myanmar President Thein...
  • Japan targets ASEAN ties amid Chinese friction

      Japan Times | almost 2 years ago
    Friction over competing claims in the South China Sea was the hot-button issue at the weeklong foreign ministerial meetings of the 10-member Association of Southeast Asian Nations and its dialogue partners, including China, Japan and South Korea,...
  • China state media accuses Clinton of 'meddling'

      Channel NewsAsia | almost 2 years ago
    China's official Xinhua news agency on Saturday accused US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton of "meddling" in the South China Sea territorial disputes. Rival claims have for decades made the resource-rich waters one of Asia's potential military...
  • North Korea ready to resume nuclear talks: Cambodia

      Channel NewsAsia | almost 2 years ago
    North Korea told Cambodia Saturday it was ready to rejoin six-party denuclearisation talks, Phnom Penh said, without outlining any conditions to a potential return to the negotiating table. North Korean Foreign Minister Pak Ui-Chun met with his...
  • US intervention not conducive to Asia-Pacific stability

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    Hillary Clinton's whirlwind tour of China's neighbors as part of the US pivot to Asia strategy has made waves again in the South China Sea. The "strategic pressure" is not conducive to Asia's development or US long-term interests. The US secretary of...
  • ASEAN meeting in...

      Arab News | almost 2 years ago
    A Southeast Asian regional summit ended in acrimony yesterday over China's assertive role in the strategic South China Sea, failing to agree on a concluding joint statement for the first time in its 45-year history. Chinese vessels in the oil-rich...
  • Rohingya issue tabled at Asean meeting

      The Daily Star (Bangladesh) | almost 2 years ago
    The head of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations (Asean) raised the issue of the Rohingyas with the top diplomats of Myanmar and Bangladesh on Friday, vowing to monitor the Muslim ethnic group unwanted by both countries, says RFA, a private...
  • China rejects blame for no joint statement

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    Regional Forum, parties involved exchanged ideas on East Asian regional cooperation and major regional and international issues," Foreign Ministry spokesman Liu Weimin said at a regular news briefing. "China's views and positions on issues in various...
  • Clinton meets with Burma's President Thein Sein, discusses investment, ...

      Washington Post | almost 2 years ago
    Cambodia Two days after President Obama formally lifted prohibitions on U.S. Burma, Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton met with Burmese President Thein Sein, marking another step in the administration's rapid normalization of relations with...
  • Chinese frigate runs aground in disputed part of South China Sea

      The Guardian | almost 2 years ago
    Brendan Smialowski/AFP/Getty Images A Chinese naval frigate has run aground in a disputed area of the South China Sea in an embarrassing twist to the escalating territorial row in the area. News of the collision came shortly after a summit of south-...
  • Clinton Discusses Investment, Debt in Cambodia

      Voice of America | almost 2 years ago
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is in Cambodia where she met with Prime Minister Hun Sen to discuss U.S...Cambodia wants the United States to forgive more than $400 million in debt accrued by the US-backed military government of Lon Nol. He took...
  • Secretary Clinton urges Chinese FM to engage in dialogue with the Dalai ...

      Phayul | almost 2 years ago
    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton has reportedly urged Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi to engage in dialogue with exile Tibetan spiritual leader the Dalai Lama. Clinton and Yang met Thursday in Phnom Penh, Cambodia for an annual forum of...
  • China media: US-China stand-off

      BBC South Asia | almost 2 years ago
    A US-China stand-off China has accused the US of intervening in the South China Sea dispute Newspapers report on talks between Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi and US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton in Phnom Penh, as tension over the South...
  • Manila told not to cause trouble over Huangyan Island

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    China on July 12 urged Manila not to cause trouble over Huangyan Island. Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi made the remarks when responding to the Huangyan Island incident at the Association of Southeast Asian Nations Regional Forum Foreign Ministers'...
  • ASEAN fails to reach consensus on South China Sea dispute

      Channel NewsAsia | almost 2 years ago
    Member states were not able to agree on how to deal with the issue of territorial dispute on the South China Sea...China to sign a long-delayed code of conduct aimed at easing friction in the waters...Philippines, Vietnam, Brunei and Malaysia have...
  • ASEAN Fails To Reach South China Sea Accord; Indonesia Slams Members, While ...

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    South China Sea, resulting from the disagreements among the member nations, which member Indonesia slammed as "utterly irresponsible." Regional Forum (ARF) Thursday in the Cambodian capital Phnom Penh without reaching an agreement because Philippines ...
  • Southeast Asian summit breaks up in acrimony

      GMA News | almost 2 years ago
    China.   "Cambodia is showing itself as China's stalking horse.
  • Clinton announces $50M in aid for Southeast Asia

      Fox | almost 2 years ago
    Associated Press The United States says it will provide five counties in Southeast Asia with $50 million over three years to assist them with health, education and environment programs...Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton announced the funding...
  • Trilateral Joint Statement

      Scoop | almost 2 years ago
    This was the third such meeting among the three sides in the past two years. This meeting follows the successful trilateral ministerial meeting held in Bali, Indonesia on July 23, 2011, and aims to strengthen our trilateral cooperation based on our...
  • US, China seek to play down rivalry

      Khaleej Times | almost 2 years ago
    China and US relations have continued to make progress this year, adding both sides had agreed to enhance our dialogue... to continue to expand our common ground. There have been concerns that the US's new foreign policy pivot to focus on Asia, where...
  • Background Briefing at 2012 ASEAN Summit

      Scoop | almost 2 years ago
    Here to give you an update on how the morning meetings went, including the Secretary's bilateral meeting -- including her meeting just now with Chinese Foreign Minister Yang...First is [Senior Administration Official One] -- hereafter Senior...
  • U.S.-EU Statement on the Asia-Pacific Region

      Scoop | almost 2 years ago
    Common objectives Secretary Clinton and High Representative Ashton noted that interdependence between Asia, the United States and the European Union has reached unprecedented levels. Closer consultation between the United States and European Union on...
  • Press Availability in Phnom Penh

      Scoop | almost 2 years ago
    There has been a lot of good work and constructive dialogue occurring. And I am very pleased to have had the chance, as I've traveled across Asia this week to talk about the breadth of American engagement, especially our work to strengthen economic...
  • No code of conduct agreement on sea issue

      United Press International | almost 2 years ago
    Cambodia failed to reach a code of conduct agreement to resolve disputes with China over the South China Sea. The ministers of the Association of Southeast Asian Association were in the Cambodian capital of Phnom Penh for their annual meeting, which...
  • Asian Leaders Fail to Resolve Disputes on South China Sea

      International Herald Tribune | almost 2 years ago
    Cambodia Disputes in the strategically important South China Sea, which the United States has urged Southeast Asian countries and China to resolve, proved so contentious here on Thursday that an annual regional gathering ended without even a basic...
  • Hillary Clinton's Diplomatic Solution in Myanmar/Burma

      Vanity Fair | almost 2 years ago
    She's already mastered this tricky terminological issue, though. Reuters reports : It appears Clinton did not wish to offend Myanmar's government and its diplomats in Phnom Penh by referring to the country by the name officially used in Washington,...
  • Chinese FM meets Clinton in Cambodia

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi shakes hands with US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton before their talks in Phnom Penh on Thursday. [Photo by Agencies] US urged to repect China's interests in the Asia-Pacific China hopes the United States will respect...
  • South China Sea: India calls for respect to global laws

      NewKerala | almost 2 years ago
    The world's critical maritime hot spot has in the recent months witnessed flare-ups between China and other nations over their territorial claims in the region. "We have been following developments in respect to the South China Sea. As we had stated...
  • ASEAN Members Fail to Draft South China Sea Statement

      Voice of America | almost 2 years ago
    Southeast Asian ministers have failed to reach a common position on the maritime dispute involving the South China Sea. Senior officials emerged from a forum of the Association of Southeast Asian Nations, unable to reach their goal of hammering out a...
  • China, US seek to calm South China Sea tensions

      Daily News & Analysis | almost 2 years ago
    The United States and China signalled a willingness on Thursday to work together on "sensitive issues" in a move to cool tensions between rival claimants to the potentially oil-rich and increasingly militarised South China Sea. Long-simmering...
  • PH hits China duplicity in West Philippine Sea

      Inquirer.net | almost 2 years ago
    Foreign Secretary Albert del Rosario on Thursday denounced Chinese duplicity and intimidation in the West Philippine Sea (South China Sea), souring the mood at a Southeast Asian foreign ministers' conference designed to soothe tensions. If Philippine...
  • US tries to balance values, economies in Asia

      AP Online | almost 2 years ago
    Cambodia (AP) — The Obama administration now has a taste of the difficult diplomacy necessary to sharpen the focus of American power on Asia, seeking investment opportunities alongside reforms from rights-abusing governments and working with China...
  • Chinese FM Yang Jiechi attends 19th ARF

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    In his speech, Yang said despite the profound impact of the international financial crisis and sluggish recovery of the global economy, the Asia-Pacific region has maintained the momentum of robust growth and become an important driving force for...
  • China-US ties continues to make progress

      China News | almost 2 years ago
    Foreign Ministers' Meetings and said that since the beginning of this year, China-US relations have continued to make progress. Yang stressed that the Chinese side stands ready to work together with the United States to continue to implement the...
  • ASEAN Talks Emphasize South China Sea Disputes

      Voice of America | almost 2 years ago
    Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, left, listens to Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi, right, during their meeting at the Peace Palace in Phnom Penh, Cambodia, July 12, 2012...Secretary of State Hillary Clinton joined senior South East...
  • U.S., China Discuss South China Sea Dispute; Chinese Newspaper Slams ...

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    South China Sea in the meeting between foreign ministers from the 10-member nations and their Chinese counterpart, rebuffing Clinton's call earlier this week "to resolve their disputes without coercion, without intimidation, without threats and...
  • S China Sea row: Japan, ASEAN want peaceful settlement

      Zee News | almost 2 years ago
    Japan has agreed separately with Cambodia, Indonesia and Laos on the importance of resolving territorial disputes in the South China Sea "peacefully, Japanese diplomats said. Japanese Foreign Minister Koichiro Gemba, in talks with his Cambodian...
  • Clinton Urges Diplomacy in South China Sea Disputes

      Voice of America | almost 2 years ago
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton is calling for nations with competing territorial claims in the resource-rich South China Sea to resolve their disputes diplomatically...Regional tensions have risen recently, with Vietnam, the Philippines and...
  • Clinton to meet Myanmar president Friday

      Myanmar News | almost 2 years ago
    Cambodia Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton will introduce Myanmar's president to a large gathering of American companies in the aftermath of eased U.S. sanctions on ... Thursday 12th July, 2012 American companies can now begin investing in...
  • U.S. Calls on Beijing to Consider ASEAN-Proposed Code of Conduct in South ...

      International Business Times | almost 2 years ago
    The United States strongly urged China to seriously consider a code of conduct in the South China Sea, purportedly to ease the deepening dispute among claimants of the area, which is believe to hold vast amount of oil and natural gas reserves...
  • Clinton praises ASEAN

      United Press International | almost 2 years ago
    Secretary of State Hillary Clinton praised Asian leaders Wednesday for helping advance the "common interest of all stakeholders in the Asia Pacific." Pacific region and the European Union to discuss security in the region. The forum comes as the...
  • US, China square off over South China Sea

      The Tribune | almost 2 years ago
    China claims virtually the entire area and has created an entirely new city to administer it, sparking deep concern from rival claimants. The sea hosts about a third of the world's cargo traffic, has rich fishing grounds and is believed to store vast...
  • China media: Islands sovereignty

      BBC | almost 2 years ago
    China-Japan islands dispute Chinese media give high profile coverage to the East China Sea patrol Newspapers continue their coverage on the East China Sea islands dispute after Japan protested at the entry of Chinese patrol boats into disputed water .
  • Settle China sea disputes 'without coercion': Clinton

      Channel NewsAsia | almost 2 years ago
    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton urged countries around the South China Sea to settle their territorial disputes "without coercion" as she prepared to meet her Chinese counterpart. Clinton is to sit down with Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi at an...
  • US-China talks at Asean meeting

      BBC South Asia | almost 2 years ago
    US Secretary of State Hillary Clinton and Chinese Foreign Minister Yang Jiechi are due to meet at the Asean forum, amid regional tension. A fresh row erupted this week between China and Japan over a string of islands in the East China Sea. Meanwhile,...
  • Japan, China island dispute heats up

      United Press International | almost 2 years ago
    The Japan-China dispute over the Senkaku Islands in the East China Sea heated up, with Japan saying three Chinese fishing boats had briefly entered its waters. Japan Wednesday filed a formal protest with Beijing over the incident in the islands which...
  • Remarks at the U.S.-ASEAN Ministerial Meeting

      Scoop | almost 2 years ago
    Ministerial Meeting Remarks Hillary Rodham Clinton Secretary of State Peace Palace Phnom Penh, Cambodia July 11, 2012 Thank you very much, Secretary del Rosario, and let me express my pleasure at being here today...I want to thank our host, the...


Use of this site is governed by our Terms of Use Agreement and Privacy Policy.

© Allvoices, Inc. 2008-2014. All rights reserved. Powered by PulsePoint.