The signal from the summit between Joe Biden and Xi Jinping is that a rocky year in the US-China relationship had a makeover in atmospherics.
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Americans persist while exerting additional pressure on their counterparts to remind them of US position as the leading global power.
Russia and China today are trying to establish gradually the type of international world order that FDR had been planning to establish.
The U.S. regime’s strategy is now clear: to entice Taiwan into a war against China, and then to join that war immediately on Taiwan’s side.
Joe Biden has called Xi Jinping a “dictator” less than 24 hours after Blinken ate crow in Beijing in order to win a Biden-Xi summit.
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The historic peace deal brokered by China, which clearly demonstrates the distorted intentions of the declining West especially the U.S.
The China-Central Asia Summit on May 18-19 was every bit a geopolitical event as much as the G7 summit in Hiroshima that it overlapped.
China-brokered negotiations will be a huge blow to the American strategy in Ukraine, putting the US on the back foot in Indo-Pacific as well.
Beijing and Moscow visualise that the US, having failed to “erase” Russia, is turning attention to the Asia-Pacific theatre.
The EU wanted to know what would have to happen for China to cross Brussels’ “red line” by arming Russia, while China wanted to know whether the EU would be willing to cross Beijing’s “red line” in that scenario by sanctioning it in response.
The timing of Xi Jinping’s state visit messaged the highest importance that China attaches to the relations with Russia.