Joe Biden

The 46th President of the United States
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Democratic politician Joe Biden becomes the 46th President of the United States of America having served as the 47th vice-president of the United States under Barack Obama from 2009 to 2017.

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Both countries may have recommitted to the fight against global warming, but there is a long way to go yet.
A four-day cessation to hostilities, while welcome, is hardly the answer; as Chinese President Xi Jinping rightly said, a two-state solution is the only viable route to peace.
The leaders of China and the US may not have agreed on everything, but clearly both were certain about one thing: lines of communication must be kept open at all times.
News around the US economy has been positive of late, but two alarming trends could undermine the improvement and scare off investors. If they gain momentum, the debate over whether the US will have a soft or hard landing will give way to deeper worries about its economy and democracy.
Thousands have perished as Israeli forces target Hamas militants behind the deadly October 7 assault, and with ceasefire calls coming to nothing, China and the US have to step up
While US president remains critical of Beijing, his recent comments suggest the two sides can still find common ground.
The world’s confidence in the US preference for civilised and consistent diplomatic engagement has yet to return. The possibility that Trump could return will make that even harder.
At their long-awaited meeting on Wednesday, the leaders of global powers China and the US must aim to seek common ground and narrow their differences.
Weak Western leaders, certain of their own exceptionalism, have endangered world peace by peddling narratives that justify the unjustifiable.
Meeting between China and the US is not only about avoiding doomsday, but a show of joint leadership that can bring a troubled world to a better place.
As the US confirms the two leaders will meet at the Apec summit, China rightly remains guarded, but signs are both desperately want to go ahead.
It is still to be confirmed, but all signs point to a meeting between Xi Jinping and Joe Biden at the Apec summit in San Francisco next month.
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