- Yuan exchange rate
- Human rights in China: Chinese activist Chen Guangcheng sought refuge in US embassy
- How to deal with N.Korean nuclear ambitions
- China's claims on South-China Sea and freedom to use waters for navigation etc. Other territorial disputes in the area, and US involvement. The US has military facilities located in Singapore and the Philippines and its army has a good working relationship with the Malay and Thai military forces. Coupled with US Navy regular patrols in the South China Sea, which Beijing considers to be under its jurisdiction, the stage could be set for military conflict between the US and China. A clash between the USNS Impeccable and five Chinese ships in March 2009 seems to confirm this assertion.[http://hyd-n-spook.blogspot.com/2011/07/controversies-in-south-china-sea.html]
- US' 'Asian Pivot' strategy and concerns in China [http://hyd-n-spook.blogspot.in/2012/09/us-asian-pivot-strategy.html]
Also read about ADMM Plus (ASEAN Defence Ministers' Meeting Plus): http://blogs.lse.ac.uk/ideas/2011/04/china-the-us-and-admm-plus-towards-confidence-building-in-southeast-asia/
Anything else I am forgetting?