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While Filipino officials did not expect any major changes in the country’s relations with the United States with the election of Joe Biden, many hope there will be substantial departures from the policies pursued by incumbent President Donald Trump.
Advisers view Biden as rational, multilaterally-minded leader
Philippines' Duterte says 'looking forward to closely working' with Biden; Covid-19 total nears 397,000
MANILA, Nov 8 (The Straits Times/ANN): Philippine President Rodrigo Duterte, who privately backed US President Donald Trump, said on Sunday (Nov 8) he was "looking forward to closely working" with president-elect Joseph Biden.
HONG KONG, Nov 8 (SCMP): Washington will seek fair and reciprocal relationship with Beijing, acting top American diplomat in Chinese capital saysMessage comes after a year of critical embassy statements aimed at China
MOSCOW (Reuters) - Vladimir Zhirinovsky, a staunch ally of President Vladimir Putin, threw a champagne party in Russia's parliament in 2016 to toast Donald Trump's presidential election victory.
MOSCOW (Reuters) - The Kremlin said on Monday that U.S. Democratic presidential candidate Joe Biden's assessment of Russia as the biggest threat to U.S. national security was wrong and encouraged hatred of Russia.
TOKYO, Oct 16 (Reuters) - Japan's new leader will aim to beef up security ties when he visits Vietnam and Indonesia next week amid concerns about Beijing's growing assertiveness, but is likely to steer clear of the harsh anti-China rhetoric used by US counterparts.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korean officials have seized on conciliatory comments by North Korean leader Kim Jong Un on the weekend as a sign that tension could be easing but also worry the huge number of rockets he showcased is evidence that peace may be elusive.
MELBOURNE, Oct 11 (Reuters): Australia is in talks with Japan, South Korea, Singapore and South Pacific nations on reopening travel as coronavirus infections ease, Prime Minister Scott Morrison said on Sunday.
SEOUL (Reuters) - South Korea urged the North on Sunday to stick to agreements that bar armed clashes between the neighbours, in comments made a day after North Korea unveiled new strategic and tactical weapons at a predawn military parade.