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Growing economic and security tension between the U.S. and China is at the geopolitical crux of great power competition in today's world — competition defined by an increasingly global divide between democracy and authoritarian autocracy. Friction over everything from North Korea nukes, illicit fentanyl, global trade, the wars in Israel and Ukraine, and the threat of war over Taiwan, hung in the backdrop of the Nov. 15 meeting between President Biden and Xi Jinping.
Join Guy Taylor, Senior international reporter and National Security Team Leader at The Washington Times news organization, along with Amb. Joseph DeTrani, former U.S. envoy to the six-party talks and Dr. Alexandre Mansourov, professor of security studies at Georgetown, as they discuss what came of the Biden-Xi summit in San Francisco and what comes next in U.S.-China relations.