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21 Jan
Weeks after Tokyo announced a doubling of military spending, Prime Minister Fumio Kishida traveled to Washington to boost security ties. The rising threats of China, North Korea and Russia topped the agenda.
16 Jan
Siamak Namazi, who is detained in Iran on spying charges, has started a seven-day hunger strike. In an open letter, he appealed to US President Joe Biden to do more for detainees.
16 Jan
The discovery of classified documents at Joe Biden's residence has cast a shadow over his political future. But comparisons with Donald Trump must be taken with caution.
16 Jan
US President Joe Biden declared a major disaster in storm-battered California as more bad weather is expected. Extreme storms have battered the West Coast state for weeks.
15 Jan
US President Joe Biden is in Mexico for the first time since taking office as North American leaders gather there for a summit. DW looks at some of the issues the host country is facing.
28 Dec
Biden has authorized FEMA to coordinate disaster relief efforts at the epicenter of a snow storm that has killed more than 27 people in Buffalo, New York.
20 Dec
US President Joe Biden said he will not remain silent as long as antisemitism in the US is on the rise. He made the comments during a Hanukkah event at the White House.
12 Dec
The US says it will continue to provide Ukraine with security, economic and humanitarian assistance. Meanwhile, Kyiv claims it has carried out a number of attacks on Russian-occupied territory. DW has the latest.
29 Nov
US President Joe Biden has called on lawmakers to pass legislation that would avert a nationwide rail shutdown. This would impose a contract that has not been approved by all negotiating unions but would nonetheless guarantee a 24 percent wage increase for rail workers. The US economy stands to lose $2 billion a day in the event of a strike.
17 Nov
US officials say initial findings suggest a missile that hit Poland was fired by Ukrainian forces at an incoming Russian missile.
15 Nov
The Chinese press sees the Xi-Biden meeting at the G20 summit in Bali as a chance to ‘recalibrate’ Sino-US relations, although a broad focus on Chinese diplomacy with other nations and the APEC meetings this week could be perceived as a snub of US President Joe Biden. Meanwhile, ‘disappointing’ midterm results for the GOP have sparked a leadership crisis for the party, with Trump likened in one cartoon to an irate ex showing up on a date between the GOP and Florida governor Ron DeSantis.
14 Nov
As Biden and Xi prepare to meet in person as top leaders for the first time, experts say the meeting is aimed at preventing competition from spiraling and predict there may be no breakthrough in the relationship.

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