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Former Labor Party leader Paul Keating urges Canberra not to unnecessarily provoke Beijing.
In Rome, legislators from 14 countries in Rome demanded political exiles from Hong Kong, Tibet and Xinjiang that other G20 members hold China accountable for alleged abuses in these regions.
Relations with Beijing are not seen as a crisis issue for the bloc's 27 nations, diplomats say.
Both presidents are expected to tone down the rivalry rhetoric when addressing the United Nations General Assembly.
Washington Foreign Minister Antony Blinken secured Beijing's support for cooperation in a spate of diplomatic calls, but not at any cost.
Analysts remain at odds over whether the new grouping, which includes Pakistan, Uzbekistan and Afghanistan, aims to counter China's growing regional clout, particularly its Belt and Road Initiative.
The frigate Bayern arrived in the Indo-Pacific on Monday to cross the controversial waterway sometime in December.
The House Foreign Affairs Committee approved the Eagle Act, an omnibus-style law calling for a diplomatic boycott of the Beijing 2022 Olympics, strengthening U.S. ties with Taiwan, and incorporating the House of Representatives version of the Uyghur Forced Labor Prevention Act.
Democrats published more about attacks on Asian Americans, according to a study by the Pew Research Center, while Republicans targeted China's negative behavior and traits.
Beijing said this week it will fundamentally revise its rules on raising capital for companies at home and abroad.
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