China’s diplomacy: What difference will President Biden make to China-U.S. relations?

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    After the recent chaos in Washington D.C., U.S President-elect Joe Biden remains on track to take office later this month. Will this mark a new beginning for China-U.S. relations, after four difficult years? How could domestic politics in both countries inform their foreign policies? And in a time of change, how should China manage its relations with the rest of the world?

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