What U.S thinks regarding a bloc against Russia Ukraine

US views about anti-bloc of Russia Ukraine war

America is aiming to head the international bloc that is against the Russia Ukraine war. The purpose behind is to oppose the increasing global order from China which is a more serious threat.

According to US officials, Antony Blinken-Secretary of State aims to compete with Beijing by introducing a 3-pillar approach. The reason behind this competition is to keep the economic and military balance.

The US feels Russia is the most serious and instant threat to international solidity. China is also considered one of the big dangers according to US officials.

US officials realize that their resources are limited to directly influence China’s intention and ambition. Rather than they will focus on building a strategic environment around China.

During his recent trip to South Korea and Japan, Biden said the American military will help Taiwan to defend itself against the Chinese invasion.

According to Blinken, America still stands with the ONE CHINA policy that accepts Beijing but at the same time permits arms sales to Taipei-Taiwan as well.

One of the US officials said Blinken will share with the audience that by stopping Putin to get success his aims, America will strengthen its defensive hand.

According to another official, Blink will realize that China has the intention to advance a separate vision of international order. China is capable to do this through technological, economic, diplomatic, and military means.

Blinken will also say that America aims to take advantage of supporting Ukraine against the Russian invasion and align U.S allies to face China.

Chinese Foreign Minister Wang Yi started his 8 nation Pacific Islands tour on Thursday. During his visit, Beijing is quite hopeful to make a powerful agreement that will cover almost everything from fisheries to securities.

Till now, Biden is supporting the aggressive policies towards China that were made the predecessor due to the Chinese actions in its western Xinjiang region, Hong Kong, South China Sea, and Tibet.