Talks between the two countries envision a greater role for Seoul across the region.
Defense Secretary Lloyd Austin told reporters in Georgia that Beijing remains a “pacing challenge” but declined comment on the Financial Times report; China earlier denied the allegation.
Pentagon spokesman calls China's behavior 'destabilizing' and says it increases the 'risk of miscalculation'.
Spokesperson tells VOA only that US, Taiwan remain 'aligned against the current threat' from China.
CIA Director William Burns calls the Chinese government, 'the most important geopolitical threat we face in the 21st century'.
Wrapping up a visit to Washington, Jens Stoltenberg tells Russia the only provocative thing about NATO expansion is Moscow's objections.
Outgoing commander of US-Indo-Pacific Command warns lawmakers Beijing is 'accelerating their ambitions,' putting Taiwan, other allies and Guam at increased risk.
Democrats and Republicans echo warnings in separate reports on China’s bid to supplant the US on the world stage.
A new report from the US Defense Department’s inspector general finds efforts to degrade IS, other terror groups in the Philippines, “do not appear to have made a substantial difference”.
Key lawmaker says Chinese families are told they will suffer if their students don’t steal intellectual property.
The commander of US forces in Africa warns that Moscow's militaristic approach is giving it access to leaders and resources.
Even before accusations from President Trump, intelligence officials were worried Beijing was setting its cyber weapons to 'meddle'.
A top State Department officials says Tehran must be denied any and all paths to weapons of mass destruction.
The commander of US Forces-Korea says Kim Jong Un is so far proving to be ‘a man of his word’.
US defense secretary says he hasn't seen any, but Washington and Pyongyang are 'at the very front end of the process'.
China’s Defense and Foreign Ministries deny the accusation.