BEIJING - Pakistan's president appealed Wednesday for Chinese help in developing his country's stagnant energy sector, pointing to nuclear power as one growth area but making no public mention of a deal with China that has alarmed the U.S.
BEIJING - Pakistan President Asif Ali Zardari will sign agreements with China on business and trade during a visit to Beijing that kicked off on Wednesday, according to China's Foreign Ministry.
YANGON, Myanmar - Myanmar's military junta denied Friday it is developing a nuclear weapons program, decrying such allegations as groundless and politically motivated.
VIENNA - The United States has agreed to notify other nations before it launches most ballistic missile tests or satellites, in a measure that builds on a landmark arms agreement with Russia and is meant to encourage Moscow to reciprocate.
The United States has circulated a draft resolution to the U.N.
- Tests of Army dirigibles to use drones, missiles
- Clinton rules out early end to US nukes in Europe
- Nuclear treaty would cut only long-range arms
- US unveils new, more restrictive nuclear policy
- US unveiling new, more restrictive nuclear policy
- US to adopt narrower policy on using nuclear arms
- US plans broader nuclear arms talks with Russians
- Russia offers Venezuela nuclear help, Chavez says
- Putin deepens ties with Chavez on Venezuela visit
- Laser weapon knocks down missile off Calif coast
- France agrees to sell Russia advanced warship
- India successfully tests nuclear-capable missile
- China's interests may limit sanctions on US firms
- China says missile defense system test successful
- AP News in Brief