A military solution to the conflict between the US and China would be “against the interests of the US”. US Secretary of State Antony Blinken said in a television interview.
Despite rising tensions between the US and China, US Secretary of State Antony Blinken ruled out a military confrontation, according to a media report. “It is deeply against the interests of both China and the United States to get to this point or even to take that direction,” Blinken said in an interview with CBS on Monday when asked whether the Washington government is on a military basis Confrontation with the People’s Republic.
“What we have seen in recent years, however, is that China is acting more repressively at home and more aggressively abroad. That is a fact.” When asked about the alleged theft of hundreds of billions of dollars in US trade secrets by China, Blinken said President Joe Biden’s government had “real concerns” about intellectual property issues.
Oppose government in Beijing
The attack paints a picture “of someone trying to influence competition in an unfair and increasingly hostile manner”. The US would have to oppose the government in Beijing with like-minded states and say: ‘This cannot and will not happen.’
Biden’s China policy has not yet been fully formulated. In particular, it is unclear how he intends to deal with the trade restrictions of his predecessor Donald Trump. So far, Biden has emphasized democratic values as well as allegations of Chinese human rights violations. He also wants to strengthen the competitiveness of the US economy. The US State Department recently issued new guidelines that are deepening contacts with Taiwan and increasing tensions with China. The People’s Republic claims the island state as its own territory. The US is Taiwan’s most important international ally.
The Chinese embassy in Washington did not immediately respond to a request for comment.