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G-7 and NATO Rhetoric against China

China’s role in reconfiguring global interdependence has evoked renewed imperialist paranoia.

 

Atul Bhardwaj writes:

The United States President, Joe Biden, made a concerted pitch against China at the three-day Group of Seven (G-7) summit at Cornwall, United Kingdom (UK) which concluded on 13 June, and at the North Atlantic Treaty Organization (NATO) summit held at Brussels, Belgium a day after. Till recently, China appeared only as a distant blip on the radar screens of these organisations, but now it is the centrepiece of their deliberations.

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Published On : 20th Jan, 2024

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