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U.S. President Joe Biden was clear from the moment he entered office — China is the main international competitor and should be the top concern for U.S. foreign policy. Then Russia invaded Ukraine.

After months devoted to supporting Ukraine and punishing Russian President Vladimir Putin, Biden is shifting focus, at least temporarily, back to Asia, a sign that the ongoing war will not drown out the administration’s other international goals.

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