US President Obama arrived in Beijing for closed-door meetings with China's leaders.
1In my distress, I cried to Yahvah, and he heard me.
2Deliver my soul, Yahvah, from lips of the ungodly and from deceitful tongues.
3What will be given to you? What will be added, you deceitful tongues?
4The arrows of the mighty are sharp; they are as hot coals of oak.
5Woe is me, that my temporary residence is prolonged, that I live in the tents of Kedar.
6My soul has long lived with him who hates peace.
7I am for peace; but when I speak, they fight with me.
US President Obama arrived in Beijing for a series of meetings with Chinese leaders. After the session he gave a press conference where Hu called for an end to protectionism in trade between the US and China.
The timing for this Psalm is roughly the time of Obama's arrival in China, a match.
Verse 5 is written from the perspective of someone living at a place temporarily, and Obama's trip is a reasonable fulfillment, another match.
The text thus suggests that those that are meeting with Obama are fighting what he has to say. China called for the United States to end protectionism, and could be construed as an attack on the US. (See verse 7.)