The US and Chinese Presidents, Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, will meet in San Francisco to discuss issues, including managing competition and maintaining communication. They plan to prevent conflict and are working to reopen military communication channels. The summit will not produce long-term agreements but will address various issues, such as US concerns about Chinese military activity and China’s hope to delay US restrictions. The two sides are far apart on fundamental issues and may not even issue a joint statement after the meeting. However, there is an expectation that the summit will help ease tensions in the Indo-Pacific. Officials expect a positive outcome from the summit, given the significant impact of US-China relations on global geopolitics. The meeting is seen as the beginning of a long-term negotiation process to define the terms of US-China competition. Despite the challenges, the meeting is a significant step in managing the complex relationship between the two global powers.
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