Kevin Rudd On China's Approach to the Xi-Trump Summit
Interview with BBC World News
In an interview with BBC World News on April 6, 2017, Asia Society Policy Institute President Kevin Rudd discussed how China and President Xi Jinping will approach the first summit meeting with U.S. President Donald Trump.
Rudd said, "I think President Xi will come to the meeting respectful of the fact that he's dealing with an elected President of the United States, and particularly a President who won office despite the odds." (4 min., 10 sec.)
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