The United States has given its approval to China's One Belt One Road project.
'Confrontation is not inevitable,' China Daily writes.
Donald Trump and Xi Jinping will meet for the first time on Thursday to discuss trade tensions, North Korea's nuclear ambitions and more.
The German leader is said to be meticulously preparing for her first in-person meeting with the U.S. president.
The British prime minister is seeking to cement international ties ahead of leaving the EU.
Tensions have been high since a September attack on an army base in Kashmir killed 19 Indian soldiers.
The Kremlin has said Moscow is "ready" for meeting in China.
Ensuring this does not happen will be a priority for President Xi Jinping.
After two years of NATO's defense building, should the Kremlin be worried?
Minsk does not share Moscow's level of concern at NATO's eastern activity.
Gernot Erler has warned that military buildups in Eastern Europe could lead to war.
Parliamentary chairman Andrey Parubiy said NATO membership is "a matter of time."
Russia's Foreign Ministry says a "definite increase in tensions" precedes NATO summit.
Moscow's envoy to NATO accused the allies of returning to Cold War footing.
Foreign companies will have to make their U.K. property portfolios public.
Americans Alex Lowe and David Bridges were filming a documentary series for NBC Sports when the avalanche struck.
On Friday, tension between South Korea and North Korea came to a head.
The EU wants to tighten its border controls and stop refugees reaching Europe.