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CARBIS BAY, England — The G7 have still got juice.
Or at least that’s the message leaders of the Group of Seven wealthy democracies tried to send on Sunday by committing to donate a billion vaccine doses and vowing to end the coronavirus pandemic, by sending a pointed message to China about human rights abuses and hostile military maneuvers, and mainly by standing together on a wide array of other big global challenges, including climate change, free trade and gender equality.
But even as the leaders celebrated their renewed cooperation, largely thanks to the arrival of U.S. President Joe Biden, their three
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