Joe Biden explains his approach for US-China relationship

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    President-elect Joe Biden says that he plans to be tough on China and expects them to adhere to international rules. Amid China-US tensions, Australia finds itself caught between two superpowers. The relationship between China and Australia has been tense for years, but it has soured rapidly in 2020 over issues relating to the Covid-19 pandemic, human rights and trade tariffs. CNN’s David Culver reports.

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