Hillary Clinton called on the international community to put restrictions on China: “We cannot allow aggressive military build-up”
Former Secretary of State and former US presidential candidate Hillary Clinton told the Bloomberg New Economy Forum that the world should stand up to China and Russia.While Indian Foreign Minister Subrahmanam Jaishankar blamed Beijing for the “bad performance” in bilateral relations.
Geopolitical rivalries, their impact on capital and investment flows, and the world’s ability to cooperate on issues such as climate change were at the center of the final day of talks at the forum on Friday. Cryptocurrencies and supply chains were also discussed at the Singapore event.
The three-day forum addressed The future of health and strategies to deal with climate change, although the risks of confrontation between the United States and China have been a recurring theme.
Clinton predicted it The administration of current US President Joe Biden will remove some punitive tariffs imposed on China, said he was aware of a review about it. But he also claimed that The world cannot allow the aggression of the Asian country.
Of course we have to cooperate on a number of issues, but And we cannot allow this kind of aggressive military build-up, efforts to control shipping, and intimidation of nations in the broader Asia-Pacific region.Clinton said that participated in the forum by default.
As for Russia, he asserted that its president, Vladimir Putin, tried to “embrace China” to avoid potential problems in the Far East, while exercising its power through non-state actors.
“It has a very large mercenary force operating everywhere from Syria to the Central African Republic,” he added.Clinton referred to Putin. “Count one A large group of hackers and people who are dedicated to disinformation and electronic warfareInside and outside government. He added that he was involved in many asymmetrical power movements.
On the other hand, the Indian Foreign Minister said, Subrahmanyam Jaishankar, sign to China bears responsibility for the deterioration of relations between your country and the regime.
“We’re going through a particularly bad streak in our relationship because of They took a series of actions that violate conventions for which they still have a reliable explanationSaid Jaishankar in a panel discussion.
(with information from Bloomberg)