Breakthrough strategy of US President Joe Biden's administration to deal with China

The US coordinated with its allies in a move seen as countering China, when US and Canadian warships simultaneously passed through the Taiwan Strait, angering China.

Missile destroyer USS Dewey.
Missile destroyer USS Dewey.

According to SCMP, this is the first time that a US and Canadian warship has jointly sailed through the Taiwan Strait. China criticized, saying "the act seriously threatens peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait".

This event is also said to damage relations between China and Canada, after Canada just released Princess Huawei.

The US military announced that the Arleigh Burke-class missile destroyer, the USS Dewey and the Canadian warship HMCS Winnipeg, passed through the Taiwan Strait last week.

"Although the voyage of the US and Canadian warships is symbolic, it reflects the groundbreaking approach to dealing with China under the administration of US President Joe Biden," said Liu Weidong, a veteran expert on China. American affairs, from the Chinese Academy of Social Sciences, said. "The US seems to have succeeded in convincing its allies to take action against China."

The move is also commensurate with the US diplomatic efforts, when it comes to dealing with threats with its allies, which is different from the strategy under his predecessor Donald Trump, Liu said.

The administration of US President Joe Biden has taken advantage of the turbulent international situation in which China is currently in a weaker position to achieve its goals to reduce China's influence, Liu said. .

Ding Yifan, an expert at the Development Research Center of the State Council of China, said the incident "will certainly increase tensions between China and Canada, although Beijing is unlikely to take any further action yet. What response?"

"The US has succeeded in convincing its allies to join the strategy to deal with China in the Asia-Pacific," Ding said.

In addition to joint military activities with allies, the US under President Joe Biden also actively promotes the strategy of the "Diamond Quartet", which includes the US, Japan, India and Australia.

The US also signed the AUKUS security treaty with the UK and Australia, which helps Australia build new nuclear submarines with American technology.

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