Monday, October 2, 2023

Amid the trade dispute between China and the US, who is taking the geopolitical pulse after the G20 summit?

The trade dispute between the United States and China is increasing, this is accompanied by the end of the G20 Summit, a meeting in which Xi Jin Ping was absent.

Xi Jinping’s non-attendance at the summit reaffirms the tension between the Chinese president and his American counterpart, Joe Biden. Ian Johnson, an expert on Chinese politics, spoke on Mañanas Blu, when Colombia was on air, with Camila Zuluaga, about who will have a decisive role in this summit.

“After this summit, the short-term winner is the Prime Minister of India, Marendra Modi and the reasons are because he has been very successful in hosting the event since the most important world leaders came to the country . Asian giant and China has given it up,” he said. .the expert.

US President Joe Biden’s tour of Asia has a common denominator: China. From its announcement to build a mega infrastructure project as an alternative to the Silk Road in its alliance with Vietnam, the aim is to counter the rise of the Asian giant.

Because of this, the member of the Council on Foreign Relations, the most important foreign policy think tank in the United States, talked about the impact of this tour on the geopolitical sphere. In addition, he pointed out whether there is any need to worry about the arrival of the United States Government in India, a Government known to be autocratic.

“The United States, in its foreign policy, does not have a very clear vision and defines its vision about the geopolitical issue around its relationship with China. A few years ago the Biden administration was ready to support of democracies versus the authoritarian world, then they concluded that it would not alienate them, because working only with democracies would close the door to a good part of the world, because there are many with authoritarian regimes. Now the US is “playing” the violation of human rights in India because it is a strategic actor to confront China,” he concluded.

Tensions between Western countries with Russia and China have marked India’s presidency of the Group of Twenty, mainly due to differences over the war in Ukraine or the debt restructuring of emerging economies.

The absence of the presidents of Russia, Vladimir Putin, and of China, Xi Jinping, from the summit only emphasized the distance from other countries, leading to the belief that it will be difficult to reach a consensus among all members. in the cluster.

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