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U.S., Chinese, Russian officials gather for East Asia summit amid tensions

  • Leaders including US Vice President Kamala Harris, Chinese Premier Li Qiang, and Russian Foreign Minister Sergei Lavrov met at an East Asia summit in Jakarta, where they discussed managing differences to avoid a "new Cold War" and tensions in the South China Sea.
  • The summit marked the first time in almost two months that top US and Russian officials sat at the same table after the US and European officials condemned Lavrov over Russia's invasion of Ukraine. The officials discussed the risks of "militarization of East Asia" and reaffirmed their commitment to peace and stability in the South China Sea.
  • The meeting also addressed other regional issues, such as the Myanmar crisis and the competition for influence in the Pacific. While the summit provided an opportunity for dialogue, its ability to resolve disputes is limited, according to experts.
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