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US-China Relations

Russia’s Putin twice as popular as US President Biden in ME and African states: Poll

Russia and Beijing are already playing more important roles in the Middle East and North Africa than ten years ago, and in another decade could rival US influence in the region, according to a recent opinion poll.

China criticizes proposed US sanctions over Ukraine war

China responded to reports that Washington is planning to impose “broad” sanctions on the country, vowing to defend Chinese businesses from measures intended to target firms for allegedly helping Russia in its war on Ukraine.

Biden to ask China’s president to advise Iran against further Middle East escalation: Report

US President Joe Biden reportedly intends to urge his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping to wield his clout with Tehran to prevent the Palestine-Israel conflict from escalating into a wider regional one.

Report: US seeking to turn India into logistics hub to counter China

Washington intends to transform India into a major hub for maintenance and resupplying of its warships in the South Asia region as part of a military partnership pact aimed at countering Beijing, according to a report.

Blinken defends Biden on labeling China’s Xi a “dictator”

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken has backed President Joe Biden’s remarks calling Chinese President Xi Jinping a dictator, saying the American leader “speaks for all of us.”

China summons U.S. envoy following Biden’s derogatory remarks

Beijing has reportedly summoned the U.S. ambassador to China as a diplomatic rebuke, escalating its anger against US President Joe Biden after he referred to Chinese President Xi Jinping as a “dictator”.

Biden labels China’s president a ‘dictator’

US President Joe Biden has called his Chinese counterpart, Xi Jinping, a “dictator”. The American leader claims Beijing was humiliated after one of its weather balloons accidentally strayed into American airspace earlier this year.

Xi tells Blinken: World needs stable China-U.S. relations

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Monday ended a high-stakes visit to Beijing with an unexpected meeting with Chinese President Xi Jinping. During the meeting, the china's leader stressed the world needs steady relations between Beijing and Washington after a period of simmering tensions.

Blinken meets Chinese FM on high-stakes mission to cool China-US tensions

U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken on Sunday met with Chinese Foreign Minister Qin Gang and top diplomat Wang Yi on a high-stakes diplomatic mission to cool Washington-Beijing tensions.

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