Discussing Biden's Potential China Policy


LawLeadsToPeace

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You can see the Nazis try really hard "hey cmon lets get together and gank those chinks"

Russians would rather work with their own kind than Chinese. Also, China is in reality the biggest possible threat to Russia in the long run. That land in the north is very valuable in case of global warming.
If Russia's president were any other leader besides Putin, true, and the reason is that they believe China is behind them on military tech. Once the Chinese surpass them in all fields, theyll have no choice but to bow. The funny thing is that China surpassing Russia is good for Russia since it'll shatter any chances of white supremacists seizing power and blindly kowtowing to the West. Plus it would alleviate all Chinese concerns of a northern invasion.
 

hashtagpls

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Look at Australia. Imperialistic tendencies never die.
Yep, you had that article form the Guardian whining about why Australia has been singled out like an expression of 'the anglo cries out in pain as he strikes you'.
The australian laity, rather than being the much touted independent free thinkers, willingly follow their government's diktat and war on China.
The Chinese embassy did the right thing by going directly to the press so that message would be received loud and clear to any billionaire magnates in australia that the clock is ticking...either get australia in order or prepare for zimbabwe-isation.
 

AssassinsMace

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I was watching Fareed Zakaria's GPS 360 this morning and he had Samantha Powers, former US UN ambassador, on talking about how the US is going to repair its international relations post Trump. She was trying to make lemonade out of lemons and said China has had it's diplomat troubles in the last four years also. Yeah the last four years because of Trump but she said it was China's own doing not mentioning what Trump and the US has done. Trump has caused trouble for the rest of the world but not China. Australia acts like China is taking them on for no good reason. Canada acted like the imprisonment of their citizens had nothing to do with them kidnapping Meng for Trump's trade war. It was China just randomly committing unprovoked human rights violations.
 

emblem21

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I was watching Fareed Zakaria's GPS 360 this morning and he had Samantha Powers, former US UN ambassador, on talking about how the US is going to repair its international relations post Trump. She was trying to make lemonade out of lemons and said China has had it's diplomat troubles in the last four years also. Yeah the last four years because of Trump but she said it was China's own doing not mentioning what Trump and the US has done. Trump has caused trouble for the rest of the world but not China. Australia acts like China is taking them on for no good reason. Canada acted like the imprisonment of their citizens had nothing to do with them kidnapping Meng for Trump's trade war. It was China just randomly committing unprovoked human rights violations.
At this point, the western world cannot fall soon enough because they stand for everything that is evil at this point. I am quite interested to see the results
 

caudaceus

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I just read some doom prediction somewhere on net That Trump might try to play Taiwan card in order to stymie Biden's presidency and open up path for Trump's 2024 reelection.
 

hashtagpls

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When all else fails, go for a race war cum world war 3 to stay in power and prevent being lynched by Biden's 1%er pizzagate friends
 

Phead128

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Big Update!

Looks like Anthony Blinken will be selected as Secretary of State to replace Mike Pompeo. Blinken was an Obama-era veteran. (Source:
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  • Blinken is against fully decoupling with China, saying it's counterproductive and would be costly mistake.
  • Blinken views the US-China trade war as a complete disaster.
  • Blinken views China as a competitor, not enemy. He reiterates typical Obama-era rules/fairness/working together with US allies, all that typical rhetoric.
Not saying China should rest easy, but expect a reset on US-China ties under Blinken, with a little spicy rhetoric. Policy a lot similar to Obama than Trump.
 

caudaceus

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Big Update!

Looks like Anthony Blinken will be selected as Secretary of State to replace Mike Pompeo. Blinken was an Obama-era veteran. (Source:
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  • Blinken is against fully decoupling with China, saying it's counterproductive and would be costly mistake.
  • Blinken views the US-China trade war as a complete disaster.
  • Blinken views China as a competitor, not enemy. He reiterates typical Obama-era rules/fairness/working together with US allies, all that typical rhetoric.
Not saying China should rest easy, but expect a reset on US-China ties under Blinken, with a little spicy rhetoric. Policy a lot similar to Obama than Trump.
I think the strategy will be
Not thinking much about China for the first year. Or probably try to have more trade deal with China presumably with some good numbers focusing on agriproducts, company access, ip protection that can be a selling point for midterm.
Also read that Biden strategy to counter China as we might have heard is to gather allies.
 

FangYuan

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Maybe Biden's view is that if the US-China separates, it will help China become independent, they will quickly develop fields related to microelectronics, aviation ... in the long run it will make the US lose the monopoly advantage.
 

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