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NATO hardens stance on ‘authoritarian’ China at Biden’s first summit

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NATO leaders toughened their collective line on China and sent a warning to Russia at a Brussels summit on Monday marked by a breezier atmosphere since the change of presidential administration in the United States. Leaders articulated in the strongest terms to date their concern about Beijing’s “coercive policies, which stand in contrast to [NATO’s] fundamental values” in a communique signed off at the gathering. China’s ambitions and behaviour represent “systemic challenges to the rules-based international order,” the document stated. After their last summit in late 2019, the bloc declared o…

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