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American Account: Beijing Is the Fly in the Climate Soup
Aerial view of the China Petroleum & Chemical Corp. (Sinopec) Jiujiang oil refinery with crude oil processing capacity of 8 million tons per year on January 23, 2021 in Jiujiang, Jiangxi Province of China. (Photo by Zhang Haiyan/VCG via Getty Images)
(Photo by Zhang Haiyan/VCG via Getty Images)

American Account: Beijing Is the Fly in the Climate Soup

Irwin M. Stelzer

Done and dusted. The so-called Covid relief bill is passed and signed; the cheques are out and the clock is ticking down to the spending explosion; cities are trying to figure out how to spend or squander their new cash; unions have been appeased by the bailout of their pension plans; new entitlements have been put in place; lots of dosh is set to hit voters’ pockets in 2022 in time for the elections; and millions of jabs are going into the arms of Americans every day. President Biden is entitled to take the victory lap on which he is engaged.

Time now to get down to what Biden claims is his central concern, the one every department of government has been directed to consider

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