us President Joe Biden Has made it clear that it will follow the aggressive policy of former President Donald Trump regarding China. Addressing a joint session of Congress (US Parliament) after completing 100 years of his administration, Biden said the US would maintain a strong military presence in the Indo-Pacific region. By this statement of Biden, China is believed to be chilly, which may increase tensions in Asia again.
Increasing forces to prevent other countries from conflict
Biden indirectly targeted China, saying that the presence of
America welcomes competition, but not conflict
In a joint session of the US parliament, Biden said he also told Xi that the US welcomes competition but does not want conflict. He said that I have told President Xi that our army will maintain a strong presence in the Indo-Pacific region as we did with NATO in Europe but it is not to start any conflict but to stop the conflict.
Biden said – I will protect American interests
Biden said he also told President Xi that we welcome the competition but do not want a confrontation. But I have made it very clear that I will protect American interests first. He said that America would stand against unfair methods of trade, which leads to cuts in American workers and industries, and theft of American technologies and intellectual property.
There is tension in America and China on many issues
The US president also told Xi that America would not back down from its commitment to human rights and fundamental freedoms. No responsible American president can keep quiet at a time when fundamental rights are being violated. The relationship between the US and China is at its lowest level ever. The two countries clash over issues including trade, Beijing’s aggressive military moves in the disputed South China Sea, and human rights in Hong Kong and Xinjiang Province.