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US-China relations: ex-Australia PM Rudd sees re-engagement but no return to ‘status quo ante’



A return to stability in US-China ties is possible if both sides acknowledge that it takes “two to tango” and keep open minds on seemingly intractable subjects such as the future of Hong Kong and Taiwan, according to the former Australian prime minister Kevin Rudd.Rudd, speaking at the China Conference: United States organised by the South China Morning Post on Tuesday, lauded the experience of US President-elect Joe Biden’s foreign policy team, noting that his candidate for secretary of state,…



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