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In his first summit with Russia’s Vladimir Putin, President Biden sought ways to tamp down Russia’s disruptive behavior so that he can concentrate more on other world problems, including what officials consider the top U.S. threat: China. The question, though, is whether a combative and confident Mr. Putin sees any reason to cooperate. “It’s a formidable task,” said Andrew Weiss, vice president at the Carnegie Institute for International Peace and a former Russia expert for the Clinton administration. “People in the Biden administration are savvy enough to know that Vladmir Putin has no intention of crawling into a box so the U.S. can give its undivided attention to China.”A U.S. intelligence report in April named China the No. Mr. Biden and his aides have spent time with officials from Japan, South Korea and Europe in a bid for an alliance that can counter what the president sees as China’s authoritarian influence.
Persons: Russia’s Vladimir Putin, Biden, Putin, , , Andrew Weiss, Clinton, Vladmir Putin Organizations: Carnegie Institute for International Peace, Locations: China, Russia, U.S, , Beijing, Japan, South Korea, Europe
“In international relations, all politics is personal,” Biden said during a visit to South Korea in 2013. Just after touching down in the U.K. Wednesday, Biden told service members at a Royal Air Force station in Mildenhall that he’d visited “well over 100 countries” as a senator and vice president. Biden offered: “Possibilities.”“Personal relationships are the only vehicle by which you build trust,” Biden told Xi two years later when he returned for more meetings in Beijing. There’s a risk, though, of focusing on the personal at the expense of the substance. But Biden has often told the story of his last-known face-to-face meeting with Putin, telling him bluntly that he “has no soul.”“We understand each other,” Biden says Putin replied.
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The MSCI’s index of emerging market stocks fell 1.1% and was poised for its worst day since March 24, with bourses across Asia weighing the most. New COVID-19 related restrictions in India threatened to throw a wrench into an otherwise steady global economic recovery. The EM space has been hit hard by a second wave of COVID-19 infections this year, with India and Brazil ranking among the worst hit. Still, recent strength in oil markets has supported the rouble, while Russian stocks hit record highs as major oil exporters benefited from strong prices. For GRAPHIC on emerging market FX performance in 2021, see For GRAPHIC on MSCI emerging index performance in 2021, see TOP NEWS across emerging marketsFor CENTRAL EUROPE market report, seeFor TURKISH market report, seeFor RUSSIAN market report, see (Reporting by Ambar Warrick in Bengaluru, Editing by Sherry Jacob-Phillips)
Persons: Putin, Russia’s rouble, Vladmir Putin, Commerzbank, Tayyip Erdogan, Ambar Warrick, Sherry Jacob, Phillips Organizations: U.S, Treasury, CENTRAL Locations: bourses, Asia, India, Brazil, Lan, Ukraine, Europe, East, Africa, Bengaluru
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