‘Red lines’ or ‘rules of the road’: China, U.S. paint different images of summit

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(Worthy News) – The White House painted a rosy picture of President Biden‘s video summit with Chinese leader Xi Jinping, but it was only half as rosy as the portrayals by China‘s state-controlled media, which all but declared victory after Monday night’s highly anticipated meeting.

Beijing nailed down “red lines” for America to follow — including on Taiwan — according to one report, while another claimed Mr. Xi got assurances from Mr. Biden that America won’t “seek to change the Chinese system of government.”

Of course, analysts warn against believing China‘s propaganda. But there’s little question the reports underscore how strongly Beijing felt on Tuesday that it held the upper hand during the summit held amid mounting international concern over a possible brewing new Cold War between the world’s two most powerful economic superpowers. [ Source: Washington Times (Read More…) ]

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