Joe Biden objects to China’s coercive actions toward Taiwan during meeting with Xi Jinping


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United States President Joe Biden on Monday objected to China’s “coercive” and “aggressive” actions toward Taiwan, while his Chinese counterpart Xi Jinping warned him of crossing Beijing’s “red line” on the island nation. Biden and Xi made the statements at their first in-person meeting, which took place on the sidelines of the G20 summit in Bali, Indonesia. World leaders are gathering at the summit to address a range of global issues including climate change, inflation, and the war in Ukraine. At the bilateral meeting, Biden told Xi that while the United States acknowledges that there is only one Chinese government...