Huang Jing on Biden’s 1st Year & China-U.S. Relations

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“The Hub with Wang Guan” talks to Huang Jing, dean of the Institute of International and Regional Studies at Beijing Language and Culture University, to look at President Joe Biden’s achievements after one year in office and the obstacles he has to overcome to make his inaugural promises a reality. Wang Guan also looks into China-U.S. relations and China’s soft power projection as great power rivalry shows no sign of abating.

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