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In this March 10, 2011, file photo, then-Vice President Joe Biden, left, shakes hands with Russian Prime Minister Vladimir Putin in Moscow, Russia. Central and Eastern European nations are anxious about the Wednesday, June 16, 2021, summit meeting between now-U.S. President Biden and Putin, wary of what they see as hostile intentions from the Kremlin. (RIA Novostia/Alexei Druzhinin/Pool via AP) ** FILE **

China’s rise colors Biden-Putin summit

- The Washington Times

President Biden’s high-stakes summit with Russian President Vladimir Putin is expected to be dominated by friction over everything from Russia-linked cyberattacks and election interference to human rights abuses and what U.S. officials see as a meddlesome Kremlin foreign policy aimed at undermining efforts to promote stability and democracy around the world.