U.S. President Joe Biden and Chinese President Xi Jinping are set to meet for their second face-to-face talks since Biden took office. The leaders will discuss military and trade issues, as well as climate change, the Israel-Hamas conflict, human rights in China, and U.S. support for Taiwan. The talks will take place at Filoli, an estate near San Francisco, during the Asia-Pacific Economic Cooperation summit. The U.S. aims to resume military contacts with China and address the flow of fentanyl precursors from China. Biden will also raise concerns about human rights and provide support for Taiwan’s self-defense capabilities.