When did Biden talk to Xi Jinping on the phone?
(Deutsche Welle Chinese website) Not surprisingly, the two of them have pointed at Maimang on almost all of these issues. Yang Jiechi emphasized the existing position of not allowing any external forces to interfere in affairs of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang, Tibet, etc. Blinken It reiterated that the United States will continue to uphold human rights and democratic values on issues such as Xinjiang, Tibet, and Hong Kong. At the same time, it will work with allies and partners to hold China responsible for the Taiwan issue, undermining the rule-based international system, and threatening the Indo-Pacific region. .
Biden has not yet spoken with Xi Jinping. This is not as simple as deliberately neglecting China as interpreted by some observers, but rather because he is not ready to talk with Xi.In the current atmosphere, the heads of the two countries must reach a consensus or understanding on the management of bilateral relations. Otherwise, they will quarrel and sing their own tunes. It is better not to talk.This also shows that the relationship with China is also very cautious for the Biden administration under its tough appearance.
In a recent interview, Biden described China as "the fiercest competitor" rather than a "conflict", and it seems that he intends to draw a line between competition and conflict.This is in line with his first foreign policy speech at the State Department, where China is the "most severe competitor" of the United States.Although relations with China were not the focus of the speech, it also outlined the outline of the Biden administration's China policy.In Biden's view, China poses a huge threat to the United States in five areas: economic development, coercive diplomacy, minority policies, intellectual property rights, and global governance. Therefore, it is necessary to respond to China's aggressive posture in these areas.Although he stated that Washington will cooperate with Beijing, cooperation must be based on the prerequisite of serving the interests of the United States.In order to better compete with China, the United States must also deal with domestic issues first, join hands with allies, gain a place in the international community, and rebuild America's credit and moral authority.
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