For months now, the United States and China have been sparring over the coronavirus pandemic, a national security law on Hong Kong and trade.
Now, China’s Foreign Policy Chief Yang Jiechi and U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo are holding face-to-face talks in Hawaii.
CGTNs’ White House Correspondent Nathan King has the report.
Meanwhile, back in China, there are growing concerns about a new coronavirus outbreak in Beijing.
- Qinduo Xu is a senior fellow with the Pangoal Institution and the host of CGTN’s Dialogue Weekend.
- John Sitilides is a Geopolitical strategist with Trilogy Advisor
- Dr. William Haseltine is the Chair and President of ACCESS Health International
It’s the U.S.-China meeting that everyone knows about but neither country wants to talk about.
What will it yield? Probably not very much https://t.co/7S2iKzVQzH
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As of Wednesday morning, at least 850 inbound and outbound flights from #Beijing Daxing International Airport and Beijing Capital International Airport were canceled, according to data from VariFlight. #COVID19 #coronavirus
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