The first talks between Beijing and the Biden administration concluded Friday in Anchorage, Alaska. Although both sides labeled them constructive, there was no shortage of tough and candid words. Susan Thornton, an American diplomat who formerly served as the assistant secretary for East Asian and Pacific affairs, and Stanford University’s Elizabeth Economy join Nick Schifrin to discuss.
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