The relationship between the United States and China has been uncertain since Trump's election.
The Politico story touts Haley as "the country's leading voice on foreign affairs" as well as "a future presidential candidate".
Haley said that America's agenda is not to placate other countries, like the previous administration's focus.
Haley said the new usa administration has "beat up on" Russian Federation about its invasion of Crimea, although her predecessor, Samantha Power, did so regularly, and the Obama administration imposed sanctions on Russian Federation over its actions in Ukraine.
Nikki Haley, United States Permanent Representative to the United Nations and President of the Security Council for April, briefs journalists on the Councils program of work for the month today at the UN Headquarters in NY.
In his interview, Trump said trade was the incentive for China to work with the United States. You've said the US needs to take hacking seriously.
"It's changing, and the tone is getting better", she notes.
Haley turned him down, according to two sources familiar with the conversation, telling the president-elect that she lacked the requisite foreign policy experience for the job. "They need to put pressure on North Korea". The White House pointed to those remarks as it struggled to combat the fallout from the resignation of short-lived national security adviser Michael Flynn and defend the president against charges that his aides were soft on Russian Federation.
"I know China says they're anxious about North Korea".
The applause for that was loud, but it was even louder a few moments later. We appreciate that you stopped coal going into North Korea, but we know it is going in other ways.
Some of the most important members of her political team joined her at the United Nations, despite warnings from some longtime advisers that bringing them along would send the wrong message to her fellow diplomats.
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"Why are we taking everything to the Security Council?", he asked.
Despite friction on the human rights issue, the US united council members on a discussion of the North Korean nonproliferation issue - a topic that Pyongyang ally China has been known to approach with caution.
"No one is talking to me about the president's tweets".
Trump will host the Chinese president, Xi Jinping, this Thursday and Friday at his Mar-a-Lago resort in Florida, where the two leaders are expected to discuss North Korea, China's ambitions in the South China Sea and trade. She plans a news conference at the United Nations on Monday to lay out the program for the month. "They need to show us how concerned they are". "I'm working to change the culture".
The remarks are the first time that Haley, as a member of the Trump cabinet, has addressed tensions between India and Pakistan.
"Human rights is to me integral in how a country treats their people and what can cause protest and conflict and how that can lead to more serious situations where the extremists can actually come in and take advantage of those vulnerabilities". "We very much think we should be pro-active in what we are seeing, tensions rise and conflicts seem to bubble up and so want to see if we can be a part of that". "There's no question about that", Haley said in an interview with ABC News' "This Week". "We don't want to see people treated - mistreated - by their governments".
"No, it doesn't mean that the United States will accept it", she said.
Trump's deputy national security adviser K.T. McFarland said there was a "real possibility" North Korea could be capable of hitting the United States with a nuclear-armed missile by the end of Trump's four-year term, the Financial Times reported.
However, official sources assert that her statement should not be taken as a considered pronouncement and a shift in U.S. policy, as it was only in answer to a "leading question" posed by a Pakistani journalist.
Mrs Haley was born to immigrant Indian American parents, but she rose quickly in SC politics and was reportedly considered as a possible vice-presidential pick by 2012 Republican candidate Mitt Romney. The result was a compromise, diplomats said. "That sounds like talk, Ambassador Haley", Raddatz said.
"They haven't used that influence, and so it's hard for me to be optimistic with that", he said. "I was definitely an outsider".
As governor of SC, she was openly critical of Trump. China, she said, has to cooperate.