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Deadlock in Zurich: Yang and Sullivan Disagree on All Issues

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Deadlock in Zurich: Yang and Sullivan Disagree on All Issues
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Biden and China’s Xi agree to hold virtual summit before end of year

President Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping have reached an agreement “in principle” to hold a virtual meeting before the end of the year, according to a senior administration official. Driving the news: The White House announcement followed a six-hour meeting today in Zurich between White House national security adviser Jake Sullivan and his Chinese counterpart Yang Jiechi.

Readout of National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Meeting with Politburo Member Yang Jiechi

Readout of National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan’s Meeting with Politburo Member Yang Jiechi | The White House

National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan today met with Chinese Communist Party Politburo Member and Director of the Office of the Foreign Affairs Commission Yang Jiechi in Zurich, Switzerland.

Secretary Antony J. Blinken and OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann at a Joint Press Availability – United States Department of State

Secretary Antony J. Blinken and OECD Secretary-General Mathias Cormann at a Joint Press Availability – United States Department of State

MODERATOR: Good afternoon, ladies and gentlemen – those in the room, those watching online – to this final press conference for the OECD’s Ministerial Council Meeting. We’ll have a – we’ll hear a few remarks from the Secretary-General, followed by remarks from the Secretary of State, who chaired the meeting.

Yang-Sullivan meeting showcases positive signals, major divergence

Yang-Sullivan meeting showcases positive signals, major divergence

Positive signals for improving deteriorating China-US ties and a major divergence on expectations of bilateral ties were on display at the same time during the meeting between Yang Jiechi, China’s top diplomat, and US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan.

Why China-US Zurich meeting can bear fruits: Global Times editorial

Why China-US Zurich meeting can bear fruits: Global Times editorial

Yang Jiechi (1st right), a member of the Political Bureau of the Communist Party of China (CPC) Central Committee, met Wednesday with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan (1st left) (Photo: Xinhua) On Wednesday, Yang Jiechi, Member of the Political Bureau of the CPC Central Committee and Director of the Office of the Central Commission for Foreign Affairs, met with US National Security Advisor Jake Sullivan for six hours of talks in Zurich, Switzerland.


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Rick Moore
Rick Moore
October 8, 2021

Taiwan has learned to live differently than the PRC. Don’t throw them under the bus. “Act local think global”. Not “thinnk as the center tells you”. Thank you Neville Mercouris! Taiwan independance delegitimizes China’s hold on Tibet and Xinjang Uigurs and Cantonese. US an advocate of One China Policy? What a recommendation Neville.

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