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It’s clear the US does not care about China’s face anymore

US Secretary of State Antony Blinken (L) takes off his mask before addressing the media beside National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan following the closed-door morning talks between the United States and China upon conclusion of their two-day meetings in Anchorage, Alaska on March 19, 2021.

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The US and China held their first Biden-era bilateral meeting and press conference last Thursday in Anchorage, Alaska, and it was different. Unlike past meetings — where each party confirmed overall respect for the other while airing specific grievances — this meeting set the stage for what has become a clash between two distinct, oppositional ideologies.

In his opening statement, US Secretary of State Tony Blinken addressed Washington’s “deep concerns” with Beijing, ranging from cyber attacks to economic coercion, from political repression in Hong Kong to genocide in Xinjiang. 

These are all issues the US has brought details ⇒

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