American experts believe: Economy is the shortcoming of Biden to China
It was reported on June 3 that the US diplomatic scholar website published an article entitled "The Strategy of Biden’s Strategy to China" on June 1, the author is the senior level of the American Atlantic Council Strategy and Security Research Center. Researcher Kelly Grieko. The article states that the Biden government lacks strategy to respond to Chinese challenges. Without a strong economic national policy, there is no strategy, at least there is no reliable strategy. The full text is as follows: U.S. Secretary of State Anthony Brinkeaki delivered an important policy speech last Thursday to overlook the Bayeng government’s strategy to China. Brinken said: President Biden believes that this decade will have a decisive role. He acknowledged that China and non -Russian long -term challenges for international order.
Brinken explained the three pillars of the government’s strategy: competitiveness and innovation invested in the United States; coordinating the actions of the United States and allies and partners; competition with Beijing to defend the interests of the United States and the order -based order.
China’s challenges are indeed severe, but the Bayeng government lacks strategy to respond to this challenge. Without a strong economic national policy, there is no strategy, at least there is no reliable strategy.
In the speech, Brinkon praised the U.S. -led Indo -Pacific Economic framework to launch last week, and confidently declared that this aimed to solve the problem of the flexibility of supply chain, infrastructure, clean energy, taxation, anti -corruption, and digital trade rules and regulations. The mechanism will reiterate the economic leadership of the United States, but it will adapt to the 21st century.