Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters
Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters
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Silence broken between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden in small step towards rebuilding China-US ties

  • Future Sino-US disputes appear unavoidable, but an ice-breaking Lunar New Year phone call between the presidents lays the foundations for improved dialogue

Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters
Xi Jinping and Joe Biden finally spoke on the phone this week following the latter’s inauguration as US president last month. Photo: Xinhua, Reuters
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