State Involvements: Biden and China

state involvements: Biden has promised to rebuild U.S. alliance with like-minded countries to pressure China into making changes, according to The Japan Times. He will also likely broaden the litany of demands for changes, from market access to state involvements in the economy, from human rights issues to regional geopolitical conflicts. President-elect Joe Biden will arguably still perceive China as a major competitor, but his approach to deal with Beijing is bound to be less mean-spirited and arbitrary than Trump's more consistent and measured. Biden will move beyond the simple transactional calculations of the Trump administration to command China's good behavior. The damages to U.S. leadership in the multilateral system under Trump are beyond easy and quick fixes. Alas, if Biden's ambition is still to wage a pressure campaign to gain concessions from China, he will face a number of formidable challenges. ; First, to build an anti-China coalition is by no means an effortless task. ( As reported in the news.

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