Biden thinks his clever deception will deliver positive results for him on the world stage. Nonetheless, Washington will later discover that they will regret their prior actions.
China will continue to defend resolutely its own national interests, and meanwhile, continue to advance cooperation with the vast American business community.
It’s ridiculous to blame China for Sri Lanka’s woes when 90 percent of its debt owes to the U.S. and European financial institutions.
The reality is these visits antagonize U.S.-China relations and cross-Strait relations.
The only rational policy is for Washington to stop its destabilizing and counterproductive policy of confrontation and to start a constructive policy of reengagement and cooperation with Beijing.
Washington needs to make a change to its China policy if it wants to achieve a stable and sound China-US relationship.
The two counties should escape the shadow of the vexing border dispute and enhance mutual understanding instead of clashing, look at the big picture instead of episodic border events.
The Chinese experience provides a way forward for other nations to achieve development and prosperity while realizing poverty alleviation and promoting human rights progress.