A Biden-Xi Summit, Hungary’s United Opposition and More

Then-Vice President Joe Biden meets with then-Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping at the White House, Washington, Feb. 14, 2012 (AP photo by Charles Dharapak).
Then-Vice President Joe Biden meets with then-Chinese Vice President Xi Jinping at the White House, Washington, Feb. 14, 2012 (AP photo by Charles Dharapak).

If everything goes to plan, U.S. President Joe Biden will hold his first video summit with Chinese President Xi Jinping on Monday, according to multiple news reports this week. Though the meeting has yet to be officially confirmed, it suggests that Washington and Beijing have managed to reach some sort of modus vivendi, at least on how to manage bilateral relations more productively. If it takes place, the summit would follow closely on the heels of an—admittedly detail-free—agreement to cooperate on climate action announced at the COP26 climate summit in Glasgow. Although previous meetings between high-level representatives of the Biden […]

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