The Trump administration is putting its plans for China on hold as it prepares for the world’s biggest trade war.
But if we don’t start acting now, China could be a much bigger problem than the United States believes.
The Trump administration has promised to “unleash” China to fight against the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO), which has been an economic and diplomatic headache for China.
The administration’s strategy, however, is to focus on fighting off China’s economic aggression in the South China Sea, and is not as aggressive as the U.S. wants.
For months, the administration has been working with Congress and the Pentagon to get China to change its strategy and its actions.
The U.N. Security Council and the U and D.N.’s Joint Chiefs of Staff have also been working to get Beijing to stop building artificial islands and reefs in the Spratly Islands.
Trump has also announced plans to scrap the China-backed, UN-backed Free Trade Agreement with South Korea and the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TPP), which would have been the cornerstone of any deal between the two countries.
He has said he would push to reestablish a bilateral free trade agreement with Taiwan.
Despite the lack of progress in any of these areas, President Trump and his advisers have been willing to throw the economic warfare plan at China.
China is likely to be on the defensive in the fight against Trump, as it is not the United State’s strongest economic ally, according to a recent poll from the Pew Research Center.
The United States has been relying on Beijing to take out the North Korean regime in its war against Kim Jong Un, and the Chinese have shown no interest in going that route.
The United States is likely hoping to convince Beijing to do more, and has asked China to stop its actions in the region.
This is the first time since China joined the U,D., andN.TRP in 2016 that China has been asked to change.
The Chinese government is unlikely to be eager to be held accountable for its actions, especially if the U.,D.,N.TS and the TRP remain.