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Xi Biden meeting   Dare You - US Politics

Started 2-Dec by Lathyrus (PeePhobia); 430 views.

Xi Biden meeting: US leader promises 'no new Cold War' with China.

US President Joe Biden has promised there will be no "new Cold War" with China, following a conciliatory meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. He also said he did not believe China would invade Taiwan.

It was the first in-person meeting between the two superpower leaders since Mr Biden took office. The pair also discussed North Korea and Russia's invasion of Ukraine at the talks in Bali, a day before the G20 summit on the Indonesian island.

Both said they opposed the use of nuclear weapons in Ukraine. Mr Xi, who has been urged to talk down Vladimir Putin, reiterated China's calls for peace while adding there was "no simple solution to a complex problem".

? China.Published 14 November

By Tessa Wong BBC News, Bali, Indonesia

https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-63628454

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The US wants to play in China's backyard

Nowhere has Xi Jinping's assertive foreign policy had a greater impact than in South East Asia, China's strategic backyard. But as Beijing's power has grown, so has Washington's unease - and now after years of see-sawing, the US is trying engage with the region again. When he attends the annual summit of the Association of South East Asian Nations or Asean this week in Cambodia, President Joe Biden becomes the first US leader to make that trip since 2017. He was there virtually last year too. And then he goes to Indonesia, another important player in the region, where he is scheduled to meet Chinese leader Xi Jinping before they both attend the G20 meeting.

But the US is now operating in a more treacherous diplomatic environment than in the past.

Published 10 November

By Jonathan Head
South East Asia correspondent
https://www.bbc.com/news/world-asia-63565875

C J (CardJoker)

From: C J (CardJoker)

3-Dec

Is BIDEN facing the enemy, or joining into their schemes?? 

AuntBetsie

From: AuntBetsie

5-Dec

They both paid the audience for every clap and cheers… the acute conventional and introverted shows-  XI will surely slash Joe Biden's cash off along with Hunters Biden That is why Biden bend over him. I can't wait until the enquiry start in January.

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Dot_hoe

From: Dot_hoe

6-Dec

The Chinese are constantly protesting to get Xi out!!!

Guard101

From: Guard101

6-Dec

Most probably they did, for sure. ... sleepingv

MelanGEE

From: MelanGEE

8-Dec

The world's insane clowns trying to exhibit their communist power!!!

The Orange Alternative in Communist Poland used a similar strategy in a completely different context. Founded in 1980 as part of the Solidarity movement, it specialized in surrealist protest, often conducted by people in orange garden gnome costumes. At a protest in 1988, 10,000 people marched wearing gnome hats. One of the group’s common tactics was to mock the state through exaggerated obedience.

“Let us share it justly. Let justice begin from toilet paper. Socialism, with its extravagant distribution of goods, as well as an eccentric social posture, has put toilet paper at the forefront of people’s dreams.

drl0lip0p

From: drl0lip0p

29-Dec

Good question.... it's more on to joining the worst! sleeping

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