The Hill: US-China tensions run high ahead of critical meeting
Tensions are running high as Biden cabinet officials prepare to meet with the Chinese in Alaska on Thursday, setting the stage for what is likely to be a contentious first high-level engagement between the new administration and Beijing.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken and President Biden’s national security adviser Jake Sullivan will huddle for the first time face-to-face with Chinese foreign minister Wang Yi and top Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi in Anchorage in what Biden administration officials expect to be a “one-off” meeting.
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WNU Editor: This Chinese ambassador is voicing what everyone else is thinking …. China's ambassador to US says he doesn't have 'high expectations' for Alaska summit with Biden officials (CNN).
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Low Expectations for U.S.-China Alaska Meeting — Foreign Policy
Washington, Beijing Reportedly Far Apart On Key Issues Ahead Of Alaska Summit — Zero HedgeOriginal Article
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