Macron’s return from China: “Europe must reduce its dependence on the United States and avoid involvement in other people’s crises”
Europe It must reduce its dependence on the United States And avoid being drawn Clash between China and the United States In Taiwan: French President Emmanuel Macron, interviewed by Politico.eu and two journalists across the Alps on his plane back from a three-day state visit to China, reiterated his theory of “strategic autonomyFor Europe, which is supposed to be led by France, to become a “third great power”.
President of the Elysée, who spent about six hours during his mission with the president Xi JinpingHe said that the “great danger” that Europe must face is getting involved “in crises that are not ours, and which prevent it from building its strategic independence.” Xi and the Chinese Communist Party enthusiastically support Macron’s concept of strategic autonomy, and Beijing officials constantly refer to it in their dealings with European countries on the belief that The West is in decline and that China is on the rise: a scenario that could accelerate if transatlantic relations weaken.
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