US-China Summit Ends: News Roundup

US-China Summit Ends With Accord On All But Cyber-Espionage -- The Guardian

Obama's meeting with Xi overshadowed by revelations of NSA's snooping – but deals are made on N Korea and HFCs emissions.

The Chinese contrition over cyber-attacks that Washington had hoped for failed to materialise, but historic talks between presidents Obama and Xi Jinping lived up to their billing in other regards with agreement on issues ranging from climate change to North Korea.

Meeting in the baking heat of a Palm Springs country estate, the two leaders broke with protocol for two days of informal talks aimed at creating a new spirit of co-operation between the world's two economic superpowers.

The common ground they found, however, was not quite what the White House expected as talks on cyber-espionage were overshadowed by revelations of Washington's own cyberwarfare strategy.

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More News On The US-China Summit

White House: Obama, Xi summit 'wide-ranging and successful' -- Politico
Obama, Xi work through range of issues in 2-day summit -- CNN
Obama and Xi conclude summit discussions -- CBS
Xi-Obama summit: US and China agree North Korea must give up nuclear weapons -- The Telegraph
Xi, Obama agree to maintain coordination on hotspot issues in Asia-Pacific -- Xinhuanet (China)
Obama warns Xi that continued cybertheft would damage relations, U.S. officials said -- Washington Post
Cyber crimes confrontation at Obama Xi summit -- The Telegraph
Obama, China Make Climate Change Agreement -- Huffington Post/Reuters
Highlights of discussion between Obama, Chinese President Xi Jinping -- Washington Post/AP
Obama-Xi: US and Chinese media on talks -- BBC

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