Amid Many Global Crises Biden Calls For Togetherness In First U.N. Address : The NPR Politics Podcast In his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, President Biden emphasized the importance of global cooperation to combat the coronavirus and climate change. And he not so subtly critiqued China and authoritarianism.

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Amid Many Global Crises Biden Calls For Togetherness In First U.N. Address

Amid Many Global Crises Biden Calls For Togetherness In First U.N. Address

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In his first address to the United Nations General Assembly, President Biden emphasized the importance of global cooperation to combat the coronavirus and climate change. And he not so subtly critiqued China and authoritarianism.

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