US Secretary of State Antony Blinken addressed diplomatic policy, positioning China as "the only country with the power to take on serious challenges to the international order" and strengthening ties with allies and friends to counter it. Was shown.
Secretary of State Antony Blinken made his first speech on the 3rd after taking office at the State Department on US diplomatic policy.
In his speech, he first said, "Many of us worked under the Obama administration, but now the times are different. Our strategy is different," and emphasized that Biden's diplomacy will not follow the Obama administration. ..
He positions China as "the only country with economic, diplomatic, military, and technological capabilities that pose a significant challenge to the international order," and its relationship with China is "the greatest geopolitical test of the 21st century." I pointed out that.
He added, "We will deal with China from a strong standpoint. To do so, we need to cooperate with allies and friends."
He added, "When human rights are violated in Xinjiang Uygur Autonomous Region and democracy is trampled in Hong Kong, we need to stand up." He emphasized China's policy of pursuing human rights issues.
"True cooperation is about sharing the burden," Blinken said, emphasizing the idea of calling on allies in Asia and Europe to make further security contributions.
He added, "We will not spread democracy or overthrow the dictatorship through military intervention," and stated that he would work to resolve international issues through diplomacy.