A high-level summit is unfolding in San Francisco, featuring a rare encounter between President Joe Biden and a leader he has openly labeled a “dictator.” What would a successful meeting look like for the United States and China?
Despite the talks, a report from Congress says ties between Washington and Beijing are getting worse. We look at why.
How damaging is Beijing’s campaign of economic coercion? A Biden official is urging countries around the globe to act.
And tickets priced at a whopping $40,000 are on sale to dine at the same table as the head of the Chinese Communist Party.
Topics in this episode:
- U.S.–China Talks: What Does Each Side Want?
- U.S.–China Rivalry Is Heightening: Advisory Body
- $40,000 to Dine with Xi Jinping: ‘Unconscionable’
- U.S. Defense Minister Meets with ASEAN Partners
- Pentagon: Sec. Austin Won’t Meet with China at Summit
- White House Official: Need Global Unity to Combat CCP Coercion
- Chinese Firms Still Buying U.S. Chip Equipment: Report
- Taiwan Opposition Parties Form Joint Election Ticket
- Australian Submarines Vulnerable to Spying: Report
- ‘CCP Always Think Military First’: Fleming on China’s Plan to Mass-Produce Humanoid Robots