China’s US policy
A statement on China-US relations is what is being put forward by the United States and some Western countries. Some statements are mixed. In which it is said that if the United States is harassing China, then China is not responding any less.
According to the statement, it is a battle of interests between two elephants. How does China view its relations with the United States? Let’s take a look.
Chinese Foreign Minister and State Councilor Wang Yi delivered a keynote address at the China-US Think Tank Media Forum on July 11. This was a very important and comprehensive speech on China’s US policy after the deterioration of relations between Beijing and Washington. I am presenting some points of this speech at your service.
Wang Yi acknowledged that this is the most difficult period since the establishment of diplomatic relations between the two countries. Since 1979, China-US relations have never been as bad as they are now. As the leader of China’s foreign policy team, Wang Yi called for the resumption of long-term stability in China-US relations and offered practical suggestions to that end. He said that for the last 40 years, there have always been people in the United States who have been trying to change China’s political system. With the hope that China will adopt the American model.
Wang Yi made it clear that China cannot and will never become the United States. He said China and the United States should not try to replace each other.
Instead, they should work together to find ways for the peaceful coexistence of different systems and civilizations. And this is the strategy of Chinese diplomacy for the coexistence of the two countries.
“I think there is a goodwill gesture from China for peaceful co-existence with the United States,”
Wang said. China has never interfered in the basic interests of the United States, never sent its warships or fighter jets to the Caribbean, never interfered in US affairs with Mexico, Canada or Latin America, nor any political power within the United States. Supported. On the contrary, China has pledged to uphold the international order established by the United States since the end of World War II.
“China’s US policy has not changed,” Wang said.
We are still ready to pursue China-US relations with goodwill and sincerity. It is China’s strong commitment to maintaining China-US relations. He said maintaining such policies is both important and positive in the current context of uncertainty.
Wang Yi said, “It is important to have the right view of the historical experience of China-US relations, and to maintain the path of dialogue and cooperation.”
He offered three proposals for practical dialogue and cooperation. First, to keep all channels active and open for discussion, and second, to review the discussion lists and agree on points. Third, focus on Coronavirus and work together to prevent it.
Wang Yi said that China, like Russia, has no plans or plans for a Cold War with the United States.
Wang Yi’s speech shows that the Trump administration’s anti-China strategy will hardly succeed. On the one hand, the United States is increasing pressure on the accelerator to crush bilateral relations, while on the other hand, China is putting a brake on the relations between the two countries in the hope of preventing further deterioration.
Wang Yi raised the question, “Will the giant ship of China-US relations be able to stay on the right track in the future after more than four decades of travel?”
This question is not only important for the interests of the Chinese and American peoples, And important for the future of humanity.
Stopping the decline of China-US relations is to prevent further deterioration of world development. The whole world is in a serious situation right now. Corona virus attacks continue. The World Health Organization is predicting the worst case scenario for Coronavirus. According to the WHO, the epidemic is still raging. More than half a million people have lost their lives fighting the virus. An estimated 3.2 million people could die from the deadly epidemic.
In this case, if the United States, China and other countries of the world do not come to the same page, do not unite, do not cooperate with each other, then the world may enter a dark age.
Originally published at https://zaviews.blogspot.com.