I don't recall any of these "fronts" not being there to begin with except probably the ladakh one.
I will be criticized, but I think this article is mostly wrong, but partly true, geopolitically China has failed, it has opened too many fronts with too many countries at the same time
No one can face so many countries at the same time, great generals like Napoleon failed because they had too many enemies at the same time, let's be more modest we need allies and more time
Having a front against the USA, ASEAN, Japan, Australia, Canada, Great Britain, the EU, India, all at the same time, is not tenable
This article lectured about how China "failed" the leadership test, it didn't tell how it could succed.
Let me guess.
Not to seek "confrontation" with neighbors in SCS & giving up territorial claims.
Give indians, the world's biggest dodocracy, tibet as a gift.
Maintain the deal of dodocracy with British Empire...sorry..i mean Great Britain because they are concerned about huhu rights in Hong Kong.
Make sure xinxiang has a freedom base of western military to sooth the concerns of champoos about uighurs.
And most importantly, bringing "people's rule" to china...well... i mean the people who like Hollywood. Otherwise dodocracy won't be implemented.
Anything i have missed in this report card of "How china couldn't fail the leadership" test?
It's funny that there tons of podcast, outlets are there to give free advise today about what's good for China. They were nowhere to be found a decade ago. I can swear it because i grew up in same period.
Everyone is literally is busting their lungs screaming how china failed in global front.
The only country i have seen, that isn't bothered about the "global front"......is China itself!!