China is left alone for arrogance behavior in the World. China’s reputation in the international arena has been severely damaged.
Earlier this year in a New Year’s speech, Chinese President Xi Jinping announced that 2020 would be “a milestone.” President Xi Jinping was right, but it did not happen the way he had hoped.
But the reality is that the claim he has made with a sigh of relief does not match the reality. its allies are distancing themselves from it, and the number of their enemies is growing. As a result, the fall of Xi Jinping’s imperialist ambitions is only a matter of time.
Historians see 2020 as a year of tears. The Covid-19 epidemic has died people around the world. There has been unlimited damage. However, the potential dangers of over-reliance on China for supplies due to the epidemic and the extent to which the international community’s attitude towards China has changed could not have been understood so quickly without the Covid-19.
The Chinese government has withheld serious information about the spread of the coronavirus from the city of Wuhan, according to a US intelligence report. After such talk, the movement to boycott China also started. Worse still, President Xi Jinping has tried to use the epidemic as an opportunity.
China dominates the medical market. With that opportunity, they have increased the sale of medical supplies with a cruel business attitude. It has angered the world. Another is China’s expansionist activities; The idea of Chinese occupation, especially in the Indo-Pacific region, has strengthened the anti-China sentiment in the region more than ever before.
Australia, Canada, New Zealand, the United Kingdom and the United States — these five countries have been involved in the ‘Five Eyes’ for many years. This time Japan is being associated with him. The “Six Eyes” that Japan will join will serve as a critical base for the Indo-Pacific region and will serve as a counter-activity to China’s military.
Apart from this, there is a so-called ‘quad’ consisting of Australia, India, Japan and the United States. India was not in this group before. But after years of trying to appease China, India has failed and since then they have joined.
Although a little late, US National Security Adviser Robert C. O’Brien said, “China is aggressively treating India.” At the end of April this year, Chinese troops attacked Indian troops in Indian-occupied Ladakh. From then on, the Sino-Indian Dandet trend was noticed.
India, Japan and the United States will launch a naval operation in Malabar later this year. Modi is considering inviting Australia to join the exercise. Australia used to live in this exercise a long time ago. But in 2008 they moved away.