2021/07/06 23:53 White House “Asian Czar”: The United States and China may coexist peacefully, but the difficulty is quite high



Campbell, the White House Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs, pointed out that it is a formidable challenge for China and the United States to coexist peacefully.  (Reuters)

Campbell, the White House Coordinator for Indo-Pacific Affairs, pointed out that it is a formidable challenge for China and the United States to coexist peacefully. (Reuters)

2021/07/06 23:53

[Instant News/Comprehensive Report]The White House Indo-Pacific Affairs Coordinator Kurt Campbell, known as the “Asia tsar”, said today that it is indeed possible for China and the United States to coexist peacefully, but they are becoming more confident in Beijing Next, the accompanying challenges will be very daunting.

“Reuters” reported that Campbell was asked at a meeting hosted by the Asia Society whether he was looking forward to the first meeting between US President Joe Biden and Xi Jinping, and whether the meeting could be in the top 20 industrial countries in October. (G20) At the summit, Campbell replied, “I think we will have some degree of contact soon.”

Campbell said that the current challenge for the United States is to formulate a strategy that can give China a chance to perform. However, if China chooses to stand on the “opposite of maintaining peace and stability,” the United States must also respond. “Do I think it is possible for the United States and China to coexist and maintain peace? I think it is possible, but I also think that this is a very difficult challenge for this generation and the next.”

Campbell pointed out that Beijing has clearly become more and more self-confident lately. At the same time, they are also fighting against many countries. This approach is very different from their style in the 1990s.

On the Taiwan issue, Campbell’s wording has reservations. He said that the United States will maintain close unofficial relations with Taiwan, but does not support Taiwan’s independence.

Campbell said, “We fully recognize and understand the sensitive issues involved. We believe that Taiwan has the right to live in peace. We also hope that Taiwan can play a role in international affairs, especially in vaccines and epidemic-related fields. They can play a role in it, and the international community should not avoid Taiwan.”



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