Biden Wants Change in US Policy Towards China, Bejing Revealed

US President Joe Biden is delivering remarks at the Munich Security Conference on Feb 20, 2021. (AFP)

 

One of top regime's officials stated that he knows U.S. administration is reviewing and assessing its foreign policy toward the Chinese Communist Party.

 

Since the time Democratic US President whom Republicans suspect of secret ties to Communist China began to occupy the White House, his administration has been putting every effort to portray him as strong as Trump on Beijing. But Mr. Biden failed to extend the requirement for the US Universities to expose links to Chinese propaganda Confucius Centres and denied to call the crimes against Uyghurs the genocide.

On Monday Beijing top diplomat revealed that he is familiar with US efforts to redefine former President Trump's foreign policy.


On Monday Beijing top diplomat revealed that he is familiar
with US efforts to redefine former President Trump's foreign policy.



Mr. Wang Yi called for Mr. Joe Biden’s administration to lift restrictions on trade and people-to-people contacts while ceasing what Beijing considers unwarranted interference in the areas of Taiwan, Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet. He named all of the areas and issues where Trump sanctions bite Communist China's economy.

Mr. Wang also criticised what he called "U.S. to smearing" the reputation of China's ruling Communist Party.

One of the top Communist regime's operatives utilised the usual language of lie and deception in the concealed threats.

Stop conniving at or even supporting the erroneous words and actions of separatist forces for Taiwan independence and stop undermining China's sovereignty and security on internal affairs concerning Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet, he stated.



Biden softened the US President rhetoric on Communist China

While Mr. Biden has pledged to continue Trump's policies of sanction it is unclear whether he will be able to pursue it due to his still fully unrevealed business connections with the Chinese Communist Party.

Mr. Biden has already softened rhetoric on China, the first sign of change of US President stance on the issue.

In his first address before a global audience Friday, Mr. Biden said the U.S. and its allies must “prepare together for a long-term strategic competition with China."

Competition with China is going to be stiff. That’s what I expect, and that’s what I welcome, because I believe in the global system Europe and the United States, together with our allies in the Indo-Pacific, worked so hard to build over the last 70 years, the President said in remarks delivered virtually to the annual Munich Security Conference last Friday.

However, Communist China faces more opposition than ever in Washington due to its trade record, territorial disputes with neighbors, and accusations of technology theft and spying. Taiwan enjoys strong bipartisan support, as do criticisms of China’s human rights record, especially on Hong Kong, Xinjiang and Tibet.




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