U.S.-China relations get off to a rocky start during Biden administration

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U.S. and Chinese officials exchanged insults at each other in Alaska Thursday. In his opening remarks, U.S. Secretary of State Antony Blinken said he has “deep concerns with actions by China.” And Yang Jiechi fired back, criticizing the U.S.’s state of democracy and domestic racial tensions.

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