Political and Legislative

President Biden and President Xi Reset Relationship but Without a ‘Breakthrough’

President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping took steps this week to ease tensions across the Indo-Pacific, opening a new chapter after a tumultuous period of uncertainty in the region.

At a high-stakes Wednesday meeting, Biden and Xi reopened military-to-military communications, which could help the countries navigate mishaps in the South China Sea, and they had a candid discussion about the future of Taiwan and signaled war was not on the horizon.

Still, experts say the Biden-Xi meeting does not remove many of the lingering tensions between China and the U.S. on the economic and political world order, the tense subject of Taiwan and Beijing’s sovereignty claims across the South China Sea.

Read the source article at The Hill

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