US-China Summit May Have Lowered The Temperature, But The Tough Issues Remain : The NPR Politics Podcast President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping met for a video summit this week. Both governments lauded the call as productive, but the economic and human rights issues driving tension between the two great powers are likely to persist for years.

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US-China Summit May Have Lowered The Temperature, But The Tough Issues Remain

US-China Summit May Have Lowered The Temperature, But The Tough Issues Remain

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President Biden and Chinese leader Xi Jinping met for a video summit this week. Both governments lauded the call as productive, but the economic and human rights issues driving tension between the two great powers are likely to persist for years.

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