US Secretary Of State Blinken Says China Is Acting More Aggressively And ‘Believes It Should Be The Dominant Country In The World’

 

60 Minutes/CBS News: Secretary of State Antony Blinken on the threat posed by China  

In his first 100 days, President Biden focused on the coronavirus pandemic, but over the course of his term, the Biden presidency will be defined by how the United States competes with China. 

In a few years, China’s economy is expected to surpass the U.S. as the world’s biggest. 

To determine how the United States will deal with China’s growing influence, Mr. Biden has chosen one of his closest aides as secretary of state. 

It falls to Antony Blinken to rebuild a depleted and demoralized State Department, repair U.S. alliances and champion what diplomats call “the rules-based international order” — the written and unwritten code that governs how nations deal with one another. 

Rules that, he says, are now threatened by China.  

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More News On US Secretary Of State Blinken’s Remarks On China  

US-China relations: Blinken accuses China of acting more aggressively — BBC  

Secretary of State Anthony Blinken admits China is ramping up its military aggression and ‘believes it should be the dominant country in the world’ — Daily Mail  

Blinken says China acting ‘more aggressively abroad’ -’60 Minutes’ interview — Reuters 

China thinks it should be the dominant country in world, Blinken says — FOX News  

Blinken: China is acting ‘more aggressively abroad’ — DW  

Blinken: China is acting ‘more repressively at home and more aggressively abroad’ — The Week 

Blinken: The US doesn’t have ‘the luxury of not dealing with China’ — The Hill

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