Huawei CFO release: positive step in China-U.S. ties?

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The return of Huawei’s chief financial officer Meng Wanzhou to China speaks volumes of the nation’s independent foreign policy. Chinese State Councilor and Foreign Minister Wang Yi ruled out bowing to “hegemonic behaviors.” While Meng’s return may be seen as a positive step in relations, if not a breakthrough, eight months into the Biden presidency, is it a turning point in the China-U.S. relationship? Besides climate action, could it lend momentum to positive bilateral action?

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