President Biden on Monday reiterated his administration's commitment to the "one China" policy on Taiwan during a virtual meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping, cleaning up remarks last month
President Biden on Monday raised concerns about China's human rights record, specifically its treatment toward Uyghur Muslims and the people of Hong Kong, during an hours-long meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinpin
President Biden and China’s leader, Xi Jinping, met for about three and a half hours. U.S. officials said the talks were meant to reassure both sides that misunderstandings would not lead to unintended clashes.
Both leaders face domestic challenges and showed little inclination to budge on long-held positions.
In a chilly relationship of mutual mistrust, staving off the prospect of a broader conflict between two superpowers counts as progress.
As the world watched, the two largest economies carefully discussed their areas of difference and where they could work together.
A “respectful and open” dialogue aims for a tone shift in the bilateral relationship.
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