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Quad virtual leaders’ meeting in March 2021. Source: Twitter

What is the Quad and what’s on their agenda for the Washington summit?

  On Friday, the leaders of Australia, India, Japan and the US will meet in Washington for the first in-person Quad summit. Hosted by US...

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