Biden at UN: U.S. Will Work With Allies to Tackle Covid, Climate Change

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President Joe Biden plans to make the case for the U.S. and China to cooperate on global threats including climate change in a speech to the United Nations General Assembly on Tuesday, while insisting the countries are not headed for a new Cold War.

Biden’s first address to the annual UN summit follows the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan that drew criticism even from his supporters and allies and a submarine deal with Australia that outraged France. But in his speech, Biden will reiterate pledges he made during his campaign to renew U.S. engagement with international institutions and to improve the nation’s standing in the world, according to a senior administration official.

He’ll also mark the end of 20 years of war in Afghanistan and declare a new era of diplomacy to resolve international conflict, the official said in a briefing on condition of anonymity.

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