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The Biden administration intends to continue the previous presidency's "maximum pressure" strategy by emphasizing the Indo-Pacific concept, said China Daily in an editorial commenting on the summit between the U.S., Japan, Australia and India. China had clearly been the focus of the summit discussions despite not being mentioned in the concluding statement, said the Daily. The four countries have no common foundation or strategic motive to treat China as their common and "imagined" enemy as they all benefit from China's development, and their committed initiatives such as fighting the COVID-19 pandemic and climate issues require co-operation and coordination with China, the Daily said.