What Biden and Xi Can Agree On
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What Biden and Xi Can Agree On

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APLN member Kevin Rudd writes on how the leaders of the U.S. and China could use the bilateral meeting at the G20 summit in Bali as an opportunity to stabilise the US-China relationship. Read the original article here.

The leaders of the U.S. and China are meeting amid high tension, but both have reason to lower the temperature. Here’s how they could.

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