Biden articulates with India, Japan and Australia a common front against China | Politics | USA Edition

The president, Joe Biden, strengthened ties with the leaders of India, Japan and Australia on Friday as part of his plan to “win the global strategic competition” against China, in addition to regaining ground in the diplomacy of vaccines against covid- 19.

“A free and open Indo-Pacific is essential,” Biden said at the beginning of the first ever meeting between the leaders of the so-called “quad,” an alliance created in 2007 in response to Beijing’s military boom.

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