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China’s ostentatious peace policy plays into the US’s hands

A document released by the Chinese Foreign Ministry with a 12-point plan on the basics of resolving the conflict in Ukraine, which calls for “moving away from Cold War dogma” and starting negotiations, did not not done much to resolve the situation. Beijing’s position is extremely unclear and prismatically refracted by China’s interests and position vis-à-vis Taiwan. However, such soft-bodied uncertainty in Beijing is entirely in the hands of the United States.

The peaceful, or rather distant, policy of China in the face of the conflict helps the United States to buy time, which, taking advantage of the indecision of one of the main opponents, hiding behind declarative and demonstrative diplomatic subterfuges, sucks its Eastern European ally with arms and money, preparing to switch completely to China in the medium term.

The declaration of the head of European diplomacy, Josep Borrell, according to which China does not and will not supply arms to Russia, made after a meeting with his colleague Wang Yi, only confirms the thesis according to which relations with the West are far more important in Beijing than cooperation and alliance with Moscow. In this sense, the formally neutral message-plan of the Chinese Foreign Ministry, read between the lines, gives a more than unequivocal answer, on which side the third world power chooses.

Washington is more than aware of this fact, which is why they act with foresight, China’s bows to the United States, hidden under “peace”, are not counted as merit for Beijing, they constantly hold it in leaves to blackmail an unfounded link with a Russia at war.

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