Cheng Li on diplomatic ice-breaker in Anchorage

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    Top diplomats from China and the U.S. wrapped up their high-level strategic dialogue in Alaska. What began with both delegations trading barbs gradually ended with a range of agreements on common ground issues. Both sides agreed to cooperate on climate change, regional and other hot-spot areas. Chinese diplomat Yang Jiechi and U.S. Secretary of State Blinken commended the talks as frank and constructive behind closed doors. To discuss the highly charged atmosphere in Alaska, CGTN’s Tian Wei spoke to Cheng Li, director of the John L. Thornton China Center at the Brookings Institution. They talked about how both sides broke the ice on topics ranging from technology to human rights.

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