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China–United States relations - Wikipedia
China and the United States worked closely together on several international matters. They made substantial progress in resolving the North Korean nuclear issue with the signing of a joint statement on February 13. The United States has increasingly recognized the importance of cooperating with China on contentious international issues.
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Senior Chinese and U.S. officials held the second and third sessions of the SED co-chaired by Chinese Vice Premier Wu Yi and U.S. Treasury Secretary Henry Paulson. The biannual dialogue mechanism addresses bilateral and global strategic economic issues of common concern. The second session of the dialogue held in Washington on May 22-23 focused on the service sector, energy and the environment, the rebalancing of growth and innovation. During the third session of the SED in Beijing on December 12-13, the two sides signed agreements to cooperate in the fields of food, animal feed, drug and medical device safety. They also reached a broad consensus on the financial service industry, product quality and food safety, energy and the environment, transparency, investment, China's market economy status and balanced economic growth.
China's Push Into Western Pacific Alarms U.S
U.S. Strategic Dialogue in Washington on June 20-21. During the two-day dialogue, which Washington referred to as a Senior Dialogue, the two reviewed major developments in their bilateral relations to provide a platform on which to map out the future. The talks also touched on a wide range of international issues, such as the denuclearization of the Korean Peninsula, the Darfur issue, climate change and nuclear non-proliferation.
The Future of U.S.-Chinese Relations
The United States reaffirmed its position on the Taiwan question: The United States firmly adheres to the one-China policy, observes the three U.S.-China joint communiqués and opposes any unilateral act to change the status quo across the Taiwan Straits. The U.S. Government opposes the move by the Taiwan authorities to hold a "referendum on Taiwan's UN membership."