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A Successful Visit
A state visit to China during the first year in office is unprecedented for a U.S. president, but Barack Obama has made it. Moreover, the fact that President Obama spent four days and three nights of his seven-day visit to four Asian nations in Beijing and Shanghai has demonstrated the importance his administration attaches to China and to Sino-U.S. relations in its global strategy
Growing Together
During U.S. President Barack Obama's China trip, Beijing and Washington reaffirm their commitment and strategic mutual trust
Intensifying Frictions
U.S. trade disputes against China abound, but few expect a full trade war between the two economic giants
Sino-U.S. Joint Statement
- Full Text of China-U.S. Joint Statement
- Hu to Visit U.S.
- Military-to-military Relations
- Cooperation on Counterterrorism
- Cooperation on Science, Innovation
- Security in Outer Space
- Collaboration on Health, Disease Control
- Human Rights Dialogue
- Students Exchange
- One-China Policy
- Economic Rebalance
- Green, Low-carbon Economy
- Nuke-free World
- Resumption of Six-party Talks
- Peace in South Asia
- Climate Change
Highlights of Hu-Obama Meeting
- Hu to Visit U.S.
- Economic Recovery
- Climate Change
- Nuclear Non-proliferation
- Core Interest
Obama's Itinerary
November 15

Arrive in Shanghai.

November 16

Meet with Shanghai Mayor Han Zheng before a dialogue with more than 500 Chinese college students 

November 17

Hold talks with Chinese President Hu Jintao.
Tour to the Forbidden City

November 18

Meet with Chinese Premier Wen Jiabao.
Tour to the Great Wall
Domestic Needs, International Relations
"Pocketbook issues such as trade and employment are obvious domestic contributors to foreign policy, as are popular images of China in the American public imagination." - Drew Thompson
The New Face of Sino-U.S. Relations
"The overall national strength gap between China and the United States is narrowing, offering increased opportunities for equal interactions between the two countries." - Jin Canrong
U.S. Ambassador: China and the United States Making Progress Together
"We share many of the same views and recognize our work together has implications far beyond our bilateral concerns." - Jon Huntsman
China, U.S. Agree to Deepen Bilateral Ties
Hu, Obama Meet Press
China, U.S. Eye More Energy Cooperation
Previous U.S. Presidential Visits to China in Beijing Review Archives
George W. Bush
2001, 2002, 2005, 2008
William Clinton
June 25-July 3, 1998
George H.W. Bush
February 25-26, 1989
Ronald Reagan
April 26-May 1, 1984
Gerald Ford
December 1-5, 1975
Richard Nixon
February 21-28, 1972
Special Reports
- 30 Years of China-U.S. Relations
- China-U.S. Economic & Trade Relations
- Coping With The Global Financial Crisis
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