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China Steamrolls Over Blinken in Anchorage

China Steamrolls Over Blinken in Anchorage

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Alaska talks to be remembered in history as a landmark: Global Times editorial

Alaska talks to be remembered in history as a landmark: Global Times editorial

China and the US are two major world powers. No matter how many disputes they have, the two countries should not impulsively break their relations. Coexistence and cooperation are the only options for China and the US. Whether we like it or not, the two countries should learn to patiently explore mutual compromises and purse strategic win-win cooperation.

What did China and US learn about each other from Alaska talks?: Global Times editorial

What did China and US learn about each other from Alaska talks?: Global Times editorial

After a fierce, tit-for-tat opening, the close-door strategic dialogue afterward between China and the US in Alaska went smoothly and the result was far better than people’s expectations. Both sides completed three rounds of talks. Both admitted in their press conferences that the talks were

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jdd
jdd
March 21, 2021

Very insightful regarding China’s refusal to endure any more lectures from the United States. As they say, those days are over. That does not mean that US provocations will cease, as talk has turned to creating a “global NATO”, via the alliance of the “Quad.”. However, the most serious internal weakness of the United States, stems not from the looney demands of its various “identity politics groupings,” but rather the true hallmark of the early Biden administration, its headlong commitment toward implementing the deindustrialization proposals of the Great Reset/ Green New Deal. Such an economic policy, openly demanded by the… Read more »

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  jdd
March 22, 2021

L.O.L. the so called “QUAD” is nothing, but empty rhetoric. FACT, the U.S. is not even signatory to the United Nations Convention on the Law of the Sea (UNCLOS), Therefore as far as International Law goes, the U.S. is outside right from the start. So if they are not signatory to the Convention, then they are in no position to claim any rights alongside that Convention. It’s time people woke up to that FACT.

Jonathan Jarvis
Jonathan Jarvis
March 21, 2021

Excellent article on thegrayzone about the so called reporting by usa re Uighurs and how so many organisations bodies etc develop and intensify these false perceptions into usa foreign policy.

Richard Alan Anderson
Richard Alan Anderson
March 22, 2021

It has been a Very Long Time since the thrust of US ‘diplomacy’ served the interest of the American State or the interests of American citizens. US ‘diplomacy’ does aggressively serve (in every sense) powerful domestic economic interests and the policy goals of foreign interests notably Zionist Israel. These entanglements are poisonous and will consume everything. The American Empire must die so the American nation can live.

Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  Richard Alan Anderson
March 22, 2021

There is no such thing as U.S. Diplomacy. Dare I say it, there’s not one REAL Diplomat in the U.S. worthy to be called such.

WaveDancer
WaveDancer
March 22, 2021

Invading the West-Philippine sea and occupying the reefs there, stealing all the Philippines natural sources, frightening Taiwan to attack them, is NOT an “internal” affaire of China! China IS dangerous in particular the CCP! How ever, the chance to stand up to them is gone with the Biden-Gang in power. China made it clear, they push ahead and seek direct, if necessary military confrontation! The USA, Europe and SE-Asian-Countries have not even a common concept to adress the threat! The Africa issue is not yet adressed! One thing is clear – the aggression of China in SE-Asia is a serious… Read more »

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Eddy
Eddy
Reply to  WaveDancer
March 22, 2021

You need to provide REAL FACTUAL evidence to sustain the claims your making. I follow Philipine News closely, and whilst they don’t like China claiming the sea, they also say they have no problems with China. As far as “stealing the natural sources, please explain. “Frightening Taiwan to attack them”, really ? Straight out of the U.S. C.I.A. play book. Surely you can do better than that ? You seem to IGNORE the FACT that the island of Taiwan is Chinese territory. There is no “aggression” from China. What you see, is a nation standing up to the bullies, and… Read more »

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Smoking Eagle
Smoking Eagle
March 22, 2021

The way in which the US delegation came so unprepared to the meeting in Anchorage is a clear demonstration of US arrogance. The US always assumes it can accuse, lecture, threaten, insult, make demands, and bully with impunity, so a big pat on the back for China for having the intelligence to get prepared ahead of the meeting and also for standing up to US hypocrisy. Organising fairly important China-US talks in the outback of the US was probably intended to be belittling and insulting to China. Merkle performed an equally disgraceful feat when she failed to turn up at… Read more »

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