US Secretary of State Antony Blinken will conduct talks with counterparts in Japan, Australia and India on Thursday, part of an effort to advance common goals in the Indo-Pacific region, as the new Biden administration vows to move against Beijing for alleged human rights abuses.“This discussion with the ‘Quad’ foreign ministers is critical to advancing our shared goals of a free and open Indo-Pacific and rising to the defining challenges of our time,” State Department spokesman Ned Price told…



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