Asia Pacific

Asia-Pacific under the influence of great powers

Asia-Pacific, Beijing has a close eye on the alliance. Can a New alliance in Asia-Pacific deter China? The US, Australia, and the UK have announced a significant defense agreement in the Asia Pacific Many see it as an attempt by the West to contain China`s influence in the region; however, it will work, and is this an echo of the Cold War? The new military alliance got reactions from all around the world.

After announcing a new deal to see Canberra get nuclear-powered submarines, China has strongly criticized the US, Australia, and the UK. However, the alliance is pushing back against Beijing. The US secretaries of state and defense have met Australian officials and accused China of making expansive and illegal maritime claims.

Asia-Pacific under the influence

Beijing has accused the three powers of having a Cold War mentality. Australia will become the seventh nation in the world to operate nuclear-powered submarines. Beijing has a close eye on the alliance. The USUK, and Australia reportedly agreed to form a new defense alliance on the sidelines of the G-7 summit in England, Washington, and London will help it buy a fleet of nuclear-powered submarines. The main reason for the alliance was to contain China.

US defense secretary said, “We spoke in detail about China`s destabilizing activities in Beijing`s efforts to coerce and intimidate other countries contrary to established rules and norms. We will remain clear-eyed in our view of Bejing`s efforts to undermine the established international order. 


Not surprisingly, both the alliance and the submarine deal. The export of susceptible nuclear-powered submarine technology by the United States and Britain to Australia has once again proven that they are using nuclear exports as a tool of geopolitical games and adopting double standards, which is highly irresponsible. 

In Washington, journalists pummeled the ministers with questions about the security pact. China`s effort offending it or offending long-standing partners. Antony Blinken US secretary of state said that this is about enhancing our cooperation and our work together ultimately about enhancing security and stability in the Indo-Pacific region.

It`s not certainly aimed at holding anyone back. The announcement of this new alliance signals that US President Joe Biden is actively reshaping American foreign policy. Bolstering new ties to deal with new threats while telling old partners that change is not a diplomatic death. 

The US secretary of state says this move isn`t for any particular country; however, this is in response to Beijing and its activities in the South China Sea and issues with Taiwan. Now everyone knows there is tension in the South China Sea between the United States and Beijing and the countries in the neighboring areas.

This attempt is basically to get Australia involved with nuclear power submarines for the first time Thuu, sit is the earnests attempt to push back and balance power. To balance the power principle, the US felt that the Chinese were taking it too far and expanding those islands. Some of their influence and control in that area, and they wanted to make sure that the sea lanes will be left open there is a very important seminal action that according to my assessment will have a major impact on the whole region and also globally.  

On the other side, Beijing has a close eye on the alliance. For Beijing, this is just going back to the colonial area era. Instead, this is gunboat diplomacy with a bit of Cold War and a Soviet type of sauce put on top of it. The US representative said China violated international norms and imposed its will on the people.

Beijing has a close eye on the alliance. Still, it`s ironic that the US and Great Britain are discussing this after what happened in Afghanistan and the Middle East. As far as Beijing is concerned, it`s an age of self-righteous hypocrisy. According to Beijing, it`s all self-righteous nonsense. Why would it close down the sea lanes as China gets 80 percent of its oil and 40 percent of it goes through the sea lane? How would that work? It would be pure suicide; thus, all this stuff about balancing and marbles in their mouths, which is a credible deterrent, is nonsense. Beijing stated that Australia doesn’t have a foreign policy of its own and is just relying on the US. 

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