Having read Pompeo's speech, I still don't see its Evangelical foundations anywhere. Sachs' article is rather disconcerting, not to say biased, in that regard. I'm all against any kind of violent confrontation. But we should ask China to respect the fundamental human rights of its national minorities and, more generally, of its citizens.
Relationships among leaders have historically been what drives progress at the G20, despite struggles to agree on specific commitments or language. But, between virtual meetings and US-China tensions, those relationships have become strained, and repairing them must be a top priority at the group's upcoming Rome summit.
thinks relationship-building and mending ties with China should be the top priorities at the upcoming summit.