America’s long policy of trying to shape China into a nation that plays by the rules of the global system and eventually democratizes it is the 1990s. Twenty-first-century China under President Xi Jinping sees itself on a historic mission to prove that its centralized and twin authoritarian control system with a power economy can best order the -West.
After taking care of Xi for the sake of the US-China trade deal, Trump now seems to be getting tough: he recently closed the Chinese consulate in Houston, accusing him of operating a large spy network on U.S. soil and made Beijing a scapegoat for its own The advancing coronavirus. And people in the orbit of Biden̵
7;s foreign policy seem to agree with the current administration’s secretary of state, Mike Pompeo, that the principle of commitment has long been emphasized. in US-China relations has not yet taken place. The former vice president’s campaign website promises to target “countries like China” in its plan to revive U.S.-based supply chains and boost U.S. industry.
Biden’s presidency may be more successful than Trump’s in listing allies in Europe and Asia as a counterbalance to Chinese power. But Democrats hope to erase memories of Biden trying to seek a mentor role with the Xi-up and coming years ago, and his Senate votes to admit China to the WTO – the move he announced its economic growth.
Whoever wins in November, the policy indicates a president who will be tough on China.
US-China relations continue to sink every 72 hours, it is beginning to show. On Monday, the U.S. consulate in the western Chinese city of Chengdu closed, after Beijing ordered workers to leave within three days – retaliation for the closure of Washington of the Chinese consulate the last week. Thirty-five years after then-Vice President George HW Bush inaugurated the Chengdu consulate, a worker on Sunday removed his plaque under the watchful eye of a police officer.