President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping have agreed to restore military ties and work together to ease tensions between the two nations. During a publicized conversation held in February 2021, the two leaders expressed a desire to cooperate in the areas of cybersecurity, climate change, and global health initiatives. The agreement will ultimately lead to improved diplomatic relations between the two nations. China and the United States had been experiencing strained relations prior to the talks. President Biden’s administration has taken a more constructive approach to Sino-US relations, and the agreement between the two leaders is a sign of progress. The restored ties are expected to result in joint exercises in the South China Sea, frequent military exchanges, and more engagements on regional and global issues. This is a crucial step in tackling security threats in the region, such as China’s increasing presence in the South China Sea and its assertiveness in the Taiwan Strait. The agreement will also open the door for the two countries to work together on economic and human rights issues. Moreover, President Biden and President Xi vowed to work together to combat global pandemics, address climate change, and reform multilateral institutions. The agreement is a promising step towards improving Sino-US relations, and both leaders have expressed their hope that it will pave the way for a better future. Although there are still disagreements between the two countries, such as how to handle North Korea and nuclear issues, this agreement indicates that the two sides are open to dialogue. The U.S. and China are the world’s two greatest powers and this agreement serves to reaffirm that their success is intertwined. By putting their differences aside and embracing cooperation, the two leaders have created a more stable environment for both nations.