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Report Biden Administration Considers China As A Dangerous Competitor Less Chances To Reduce Tension Between Both Countries

Agency, Beijing.

Published by: Dev Kashyap
Updated Tue, 23 Nov 2021 12:43 AM IST

Summary

This Hong Kong Post report said that the Biden administration sees China as a more risky competitor than a global rival. In the virtual summit meeting held between the presidents of the two countries recently, Biden also talked about human rights abuses by China and Beijing’s trade policy.

Xi Jinping and Joe Biden
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According to a new report, despite the Biden-Xi summit, there is little chance of US-China tensions reducing. It has been told in the report that the Biden administration is also carrying forward the policies of former President Donald Trump regarding China. Due to this, the face-to-face competition between the two countries has increased and the US considers it a dangerous competitor.

This Hong Kong Post report said that the Biden administration sees China as a more risky competitor than a global rival. In the virtual summit meeting held between the presidents of the two countries recently, Biden also talked about human rights abuses by China and Beijing’s trade policy.

He expressed concern over human rights violations in Xinjiang, Tibet and Hong Kong. At the same time, President Xi on his part raised the issue of American support for Taiwan and the alliances and groups of different countries that make up the world. Actually, this gesture of China was about the Quad, which includes India, Australia, Britain and America. It is believed that with the mid-term elections in the US, Biden can be more strict on China in the coming months. This can increase the tension further.

Creating influence in South Sea is not the objective: Xi
Chinese President Xi Jinping has said that he and his country do not want to exert any influence on South Asia. He also said that China does not want to dominate even its neighboring small countries regarding the South China Sea. Xi said these things during a 30th virtual conference of ASEAN countries. Xi said he was willing to maintain friendly relations with all his neighbours. His country is neither willing to suppress any country nor does he want to come out as a hero in this entire region.

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According to a new report, despite the Biden-Xi summit, there is little chance of US-China tensions reducing. It has been told in the report that the Biden administration is also carrying forward the policies of former President Donald Trump regarding China. Due to this, the face-to-face competition between the two countries has increased and the US considers it a dangerous competitor.

This Hong Kong Post report said that the Biden administration sees China as a more risky competitor than a global rival. In the virtual summit meeting held between the presidents of the two countries recently, Biden also talked about human rights abuses by China and Beijing’s trade policy.

He expressed concern over human rights violations in Xinjiang, Tibet and Hong Kong. At the same time, President Xi on his part raised the issue of American support for Taiwan and the alliances and groups of different countries that make up the world. Actually, this gesture of China was about the Quad, which includes India, Australia, Britain and America. It is believed that with the mid-term elections in the US, Biden can be more strict on China in the coming months. This can increase the tension further.

Creating influence in South Sea is not the objective: Xi

Chinese President Xi Jinping has said that he and his country do not want to exert any influence on South Asia. He also said that China does not want to dominate even its neighboring small countries regarding the South China Sea. Xi said these things during a 30th virtual conference of ASEAN countries. Xi said he was willing to maintain friendly relations with all his neighbours. His country is neither willing to suppress any country nor does he want to come out as a hero in this entire region.

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