Albanese and Xi’s meeting is more symbolic than practical

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It’s taken more than six years to have this 32-minute meeting, 12 minutes longer than the original schedule indicates.

Looking back over the past five decades, face-to-face meetings between China’s and Australia’s top leaders used to be seen as a staple in our diplomatic playbook.

In contrast, yesterday’s one-on-one between Chinese President Xi Jinping and Australian Prime Minister Anthony Albanese at the G20 summit in Bali was seen as a breakthrough.








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