China need a new geopolitical Doctrine ?


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hullopilllw

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There just no let up by USA mist staunch ally.
The write up including everything from Taiwan, India, SCS, Hong Kong, Xinjing, "china virus" pandemic. Etc. with government "mouthpiece" thrown in for good measure.

It is little wonder that the average Aussies reading this ending up being anti-China, I would too if I didn't know better.

China aggressively responds to Australia’s opposition to South China Sea claims
JULY 27, 20205:46am

China has fired a direct message in response to Australia declaring Beijing’s claim in the South China Seas are illegal, accusing Canberra of “recklessly making provocations” and blindly following the United States.

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Sometimes you need to use the hammer for real once so that the rude kiddo can get it and know not to mess with you in the future.
 

drebin052

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Weak PR my arse. Aussies know their RMB and place.

Not quite. Canberra is simply toeing the line between placating Trump and keeping a foot in the door depending on whether there'll be a Biden victory in November. Australia's just sitting on the fence in the same way Germany & most of the EU are.
 

duskseeker

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Not quite. Canberra is simply toeing the line between placating Trump and keeping a foot in the door depending on whether there'll be a Biden victory in November. Australia's just sitting on the fence in the same way Germany & most of the EU are.
I assure you Trump will win. Thats why Australia complied with USA immediately. There are no elections in the USA recently. since Bush jr.
 

zgx09t

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Not quite. Canberra is simply toeing the line between placating Trump and keeping a foot in the door depending on whether there'll be a Biden victory in November. Australia's just sitting on the fence in the same way Germany & most of the EU are.

Very good game plan. Sucking to one, bending to another, while eyeing to yet another, all at the same time.
 

drebin052

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Very good game plan. Sucking to one, bending to another, while eyeing to yet another, all at the same time.

There's not much of an alternative to the status quo (for Australia anyway). It won't last forever; sooner rather than later, changes will be happening. But it'll simply depend on how the elections go and whether "America First" continues under Trump 2.0/Biden.
 

ZeEa5KPul

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Not quite. Canberra is simply toeing the line between placating Trump and keeping a foot in the door depending on whether there'll be a Biden victory in November. Australia's just sitting on the fence in the same way Germany & most of the EU are.
Yes, quite. What does Australia's pitiful attempt to suck up to China have to do with Biden? Australia is doing this because it fears China's punishment, as well it should.
 
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I like how Huawei's so dominant that every time someone doesn't use Huawei, people frame it as a "blow" to Huawei (and apparently the entire Chinese telecom sector). Why's it not a blow to every other telecom company and country out there that didn't get the contract? It's like being so rich that people who hate you have to find examples of the remaining money in the world that isn't yours to play down your economic dominance LOL
 
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