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    The US President Joe Biden is laying some important groundwork ahead of a string of international meetings that will begin with the G7 later this week. The talks will set the stage for transatlantic cooperation on challenges such as coronavirus, climate change, and China. The International Editor of the Sydney Morning Herald, Peter Hartcher says Mr Biden has a clear focus on the rebuilding of relations.

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