Biden-Xi Made No Progress On Taiwan, Resolving The Major Problems Between U.S & China

Biden-Xi Made No Progress On Taiwan, Resolving The Major Problems Between U.S & China

A virtual talk is held between the president of China and the U.S, the meeting was held to ease tensions between both countries, but no crucial progress on most disruptive problems between them including Taiwan.

Joe Biden and Xi Jinping talk in the virtual talk more than three-hour this week to decrease the two-sided tensions, still, both of them made no important decision on the most disruptive problems between the two nations, which includes Taiwan and the South China Sea. Commentators told the news agency, Sputnik, that the talk joining the world’s two huge powers bring up both good and bad news.

As per our report, Five College Peace and World Security Program Director Professor Michael Klare found out that “it’s a matter of a glass half full and half-empty”. Klare found that both of them tried the ease the tension between both sides “which had been getting extremely tense in the weeks leading up to the virtual summit”, they gave up on settling on the factors to resolve any of the important issues in the two side knots.

Klare was quoted by the Russian news agency as saying that Biden and Xi “also set the foundation for future progress on some issues, such as climate change and trade. That’s the half-full part”, adding that no steps were taken on matters such as Taiwan, the South China Sea, and human rights. He said, “That’s the half-empty part.” According to him, the virtual summit between the American and Chinese President, at the very best, has set the stage for a more constructive dialogue on some of the issues including trade, climate change.

Klare said to a Russian news agency that Biden and Xi “also set the foundation for future progress on some issues, such as climate change and trade. That’s the half-full part”, no action was taken by them about the matters of Taiwan and Chian Sea and human rights. He said, “That’s the half-empty part.”As per him, the virtual highest point between the American and Chinese President, at the absolute best, has made way for a more helpful discourse on a portion of the issues including exchange, environmental change.

He further added that however, “Both leaders were very adamant in asserting their core interests – with China showing no flexibility on Taiwan and the US showing no flexibility on the South China Sea – so it is unclear whether further progress is possible on the most contentious issues.” Nevertheless, as per the report, Klare said that the meeting established a new precedent with both sides showing the willingness to participate in constructive dialogues to prevent tensions between them escalated dangerously.

Klare said, “I do think the dynamic has been changed, in the sense that both leaders implicitly acknowledged that without some degree of dialogue and compromise, relations between the United States and China could ‘veer into conflict,’ as Biden put it, resulting in a major conflagration that neither seeks.”

Klare said, “I do think the dynamic has been changed, in the sense that both leaders implicitly acknowledged that without some degree of dialogue and compromise, relations between the United States and China could ‘veer into conflict,’ as Biden put it, resulting in a major conflagration that neither seeks.”

Kerch Strait is a significant stream for global sea exchange and associates the Azov Sea with the Black Sea. Russia, in any case, counter-assaulted the US, blaming it for transforming the circumstance in the Black Sea into more full and erupting local disharmony.

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White House Said Biden Raised Taiwan Issue

As per the readout given by the White House with respect to Biden and Xis virtual highest point, US President highlighted “that the United States remains committed to the “one China” policy, guided by the Taiwan Relations Act, the three Joint Communiques, and the Six Assurances, and that the United States strongly opposes unilateral efforts to change the status quo or undermine peace and stability across the Taiwan Strait.”

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