U.S. Talking To Allies On Boycotting The 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics

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A man walks past a board with logos of the 2022 Winter Olympic Games in Beijing, China, January 29, 2021 © Reuters / Tingshu Wang 

 * The potential diplomatic boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics comes as the Biden administration works to rally allies to mount international pushback on China. 
 * The Olympic Games are due to take place between Feb. 4 and Feb. 20. 
 * The United States has not yet made a decision. 
WASHINGTON – The United States and its allies are considering a joint boycott of the 2022 Winter Olympics in Beijing, the State Department said Tuesday.
“It [a joint boycott] is something that we certainly wish to discuss,” State spokesman Ned Price told reporters when asked about the Biden administration’s plans ahead of the international games. 
“A coordinated approach will not only be in our interest but also in the interest of our allies and partners,” he added. 
WNU Editor: As I had mentioned in a previous post. I will be surprised if this becomes a fill-blown boycott. 
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