As Presidents Xi and Biden meet amid calls for decoupling, a new survey reveals many countries want to work with both the United States and China in an “a la carte” way.
A new public opinion survey by Oxford University and the European Council on Foreign Relations in the U.S., China, and a group of middle powers, shows that while these powers want a closer security and human rights alignment with the U.S., but closer trade ties with China.
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