Trump administration releases strategic report on China

Trump administration releases strategic report on China May 22 at 8:48

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The Trump administration in the United States released a report summarizing its strategy against China, saying that China is challenging American values such as freedom and human rights, and that it will implement measures to protect national interests in all aspects, including the economy and the military.
The Trump administration released a report on Sunday titled “Strategic Approach to China.”

The report points out that China is challenging American values such as freedom and human rights under Xi Jinping’s administration, with ideological strife that the system of governance is better than that of developed countries in Europe and the United States.

He also accused China’s economic, political and military expansion of undermining America’s vital interests, and indicated that the Trump administration would turn to a strategy to compete with China and implement measures to protect its national interests.

In terms of the military, we will prioritize the state-of-the-art nuclear capabilities to counter China, while also encouraging Chinese leaders to join disarmament negotiations to avoid a fiscally burdened military expansion or misunderstanding.

In Hong Kong, he pointed out that hong kong has significant benefits for its future because it is one of the bases of an American company and has a large number of Americans living there, and has dominated China.

In the report, the Trump administration has positioned most of the policies involved that emphasize disengage with China by successive administrations, and the U.S.-China relationship is a sign of competition between the major powers, also known as the “New Cold War.”