"Destiny to fail": China's US swipe on Indo-Pacific strategy

"Destiny to fail": China’s US swipe on Indo-Pacific strategy

China’s Foreign Minister Wang Yi said the U.S. Indo-Pacific strategy was “destined to fail,” and President Joe Biden went to the region to strengthen its involvement with its allies and counter China’s rise and influence. I said while I was there.

“The facts will prove that the so-called’Indo-Pacific strategy’is essentially a strategy to create divisions, a strategy to incite conflict, and a strategy to destroy peace,” the King said in Pakistan. In a statement after meeting people, China’s Foreign Ministry said the corresponding Bilawal Bhutto on Sunday in Guangzhou.

When Biden visited Asia for the first time as President of the United States, he met with South Korea’s newly elected Prime Minister Yoon Suk-yul. He will join Prime Minister Fumio Kishida in Tokyo on Monday, and the next day will be a quad summit with Japan, Australia and India.

Biden will also unveil the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework at an event featuring virtual appearances by other leaders in the region. The IPEF is key to the Biden administration’s efforts to counter China’s influence in Asia, following the withdrawal of the United States from negotiations on the Trans-Pacific Partnership Regional Trade Agreement under former President Donald Trump.

The pillars of the framework include clean energy and supply chain resilience. Decarbonization and infrastructure. Taxation and anti-corruption. The United States has not listed the first countries to be part of the IPEF agreement, but said more countries are expected to sign in the coming months.