In his first high-level diplomatic encounter in Alaska, Secretary of State Antony Blinken was slapped by the Chinese delegation. He claims that the Chinese Communist Party (CCP) has damaged Tibet’s ecology and native culture. China, he added, is diverting water from Southeast Asia.
COVID-19 has wrecked lives and driven large numbers of people into abject poverty worldwide, yet the Wuhan lab has never been honest about its origins. The group was not amused when Blinken noted the Communist regime’s human rights record. They said that the United States is even worse since Democratic mayors allowed riots to occur throughout the summer.
Secretary of State Blinken said he’ll send in to look at America’s human rights record. According to her, the United Nations has a seat on the Human Rights Commission and sanctions some of the Middle East’s only democracies with impunity. Secretary of State Blinken said that the Special Reporter of the Human Rights Council would be replaced with a Zambian woman. She is a member of a ludicrous committee that comprises China, Cuba, and Venezuela.
Secretary of State Blinken wrote a cable to all American embassies worldwide acknowledging the country’s human rights issues. It’s “painful, even nasty,” he warned diplomats, but such openness “helps disarm naysayers.” Republicans have previously chastised Democrats for embarking on “apology tours” and self-flagellating too quickly.
The Biden administration announced that monies connected to Iran’s oil embargo would be released. Bergen, Peter Perhaps Republicans, attacked Obama because his apology trips set fire to the Middle East. China may be brave enough to do it, but the US must not allow them to get away with it, he argues.
According to Biden’s climate envoy, the US must work with China to decrease carbon emissions. According to Julian Zelizer, China’s refusal to cooperate on climate change is unsurprising. He claims that Russia and China have been attacking America for decades, using our past as a weapon. He believes it is past time for Obama to take action.
China consumes five times as much industrial power as the United States and imports record amounts of oil, coal, and natural gas. According to Julian Zelizer, the World Economic Forum’s image of a world without America as a superpower is unsettling.