The United States does not break out a new cold war with China
US Secretary of State Anthony Blinken (AntonyBlinken) denied that Washington is entering a new cold war with Beijing. A few days ago, the former senior US diplomat Henry? Kissinger warned that failure to resolve tensions between the United States and China could lead to such a situation between the two major powers.
Brinken was asked on Tuesday whether he would describe the current situation in U.S.-China relations as a new cold war and explain. “I refuse to label most relations, including this one, because it is very complicated. .
When I look at the relationship, I see the confrontational aspect. I see the competitive aspect. According to the record released by the US State Department, he said in an interview with the British Financial Times in London. I saw the cooperation aspect-this three aspects.
Brinken went on to say that no matter what, the United States must be able to engage with China from its “power position”. Actual cooperation with allies and partners, relying on and participating in a wide range of multilateral. International organizations, and investing in itself.
Beijing rejects the assumption that Washington will take a “strong stance” on China.
On March 18, China’s top diplomat Yang Jieji said during the first face-to-face meeting with Brinken in Alaska. Before the Chinese side, the United States is not qualified to say that it hopes to talk to China from a standpoint of strength.
Yang said: Even 20 or 30 years ago, the United States was not even qualified to say such a thing. Because this is not the way to deal with the Chinese people.
Brinken also said on Tuesday that the United States recognizes that the relationship between the two countries is complicated and will not force them to favor one side.
“We don’t ask countries to make choices. We recognize that the relations between countries are complex, including relations with China, including economic relations. The problem is not that these need to be cut off or ended,” he said.
In the past few years, the relationship between the two largest economies in the world has fallen to its lowest point. Biden has not yet improved the relationship between the two countries since Biden has been in power for three months. Because President Biden has basically continued many confrontations against China by his predecessors. Sex policy, although he also seeks to ease.
Henry Kissinger said that the relationship with China is “the biggest problem facing the United States and the biggest problem in the world.”
Because if we can’t solve this problem, the risk is that a cold war will break out between China and the United States. The 97-year-old former US Secretary of State spoke at the McCain Institute’s Sedona Global Issues Forum on Friday. Say.
Kissinger said that the technologies that countries have developed are even more than imagined 70 years ago.
He said: “Now, on nuclear issues, high-tech issues have been added. In the field of artificial intelligence, the essence is based on the fact that when people become partners of machines, machines can develop their own judgment.
Kissinger said: “For the first time in human history, we have the ability to destroy ourselves within a limited time.
Kissinger said that the United States “must maintain a continuous dialogue with China” and clarify what the red line is. While negotiating “avoidable conflicts and, where possible, cooperative efforts.”
“This is our complex task. No one has fully succeeded yet,” he said. “But this is the essence of the relationship between the two countries, and this is the challenge the government is facing now.
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