Reaction From Countries Not Invited To President Biden’s Virtual ‘Democracy Summit’

ABC News: Who was snubbed, who snuck through: Here’s the list of invitees to Biden’s democracy summit  

Like any big party, the guest list is already sparking controversy. 

With democracy in recession around the world, President Joe Biden made a campaign pledge to convene a summit of democracies in his first year in office to promote human rights, counter corruption and discuss ways to strengthen democracies against authoritarian models that have gained strength in recent years. 

His first “Summit of Democracy” will convene virtually on Dec. 9-10, and now the administration is revealing who is invited — 110 participants in total, from every corner of the globe. 

Like any big party, there are some controversial invitees and notable exclusions, and the guest list has already sparked some anger.  

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More News On President Biden’s Virtual ‘Democracy Summit”  

Joe Biden’s Summit for Democracy Is Missing Some Surprising Countries — Newsweek  

Biden invites Taiwan to its democracy summit, sparking China rebuke — France 24  

Beijing Furious After Biden Invites Taiwan To Global Democracy Summit, While China Left Off List — Zero Hedge  

Kremlin Blasts ‘Divisive’ U.S. Democracy Summit Snub — Moscow Times  

Biden invites Israel to global democracy summit, snubbing Egypt, Jordan, Turkey — Times of Israel

U.S. unveils invitation list for Biden’s “Summit for Democracy” — Axios

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