US reveals plans to counter China’s rise from India to Taiwan

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The Trump administration defiled its strategy to ensure continued dominance over China, which is focused on accelerating India’s rise towards Beijing and its ability to defend Taiwan against an attack.

National Security Advisor Robert O’Brien announced on Tuesday Document publication, titled “United States of america Strategic Framework for Indo-Pacific. “Endorsed by President Donald Trump in February 2018, it provided” comprehensive strategic guidance “to US actions over the past three years and showed US commitment to” keep the Indo-Pacific region free and for the long term in the future ” Was released for, “O’Brien said in a statement.

O’Brien elaborated, “Beijing is increasingly pressuring the Indo-Pacific nations to subject their independence and sovereignty to the ‘common destiny’ enforced by the Chinese Communist Party.” Statement. “America has a different perspective. We want to ensure that our partners and partners – all who share the values ​​and aspirations of an independent and open Indo-Pacific – can preserve and protect their sovereignty. “

The document gives an outlook for the region in which North Korea is no longer a threat, India is predominant in South Asia and the US opposes sovereignty through coercion to partner with worldwide partners to oppose Chinese activities . It is believed that China will take “increasingly vocal” steps to force integration with Taiwan and warn that the dominance of cutting-edge technologies such as artificial intelligence will “pose a serious challenge to free societies.”

China said the report sensationalized the “China threat” doctrine and showed that the US went against its pledge on the Taiwan question. “

“The material only proves America’s lethal motives to sabotage China and sabotage regional peace and stability,” China’s Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said in a briefing on Wednesday. “We need to ensure that the Asia-Pacific is a platform to enhance mutually beneficial cooperation between China and the United States. It should not become an arena where a zero-sum game is played. “

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The release time, just a week before President-elect Joe Biden took office, raises questions about motive, with the Trump administration’s actions to counter China in Asia gain widespread bipartisan support. Upcoming Biden officials have spoken out about the need to work more with allies and allies against China, which is also an important part of the strategy – especially in strengthening security ties with Australia, Japan and India .


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