The US president will travel to South Korea and Japan with the aim of creating a united front of great democracies that will serve as a countermeasure to his great rival.
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Despite the fact that international attention is directed towards the war Ukraine, from the United States it seems that they are clear that the future passes through the region that represents 60% of the world economy And that it is home to more than half of the planet’s population. Washington’s priority strategy is focused on building a network of alliances in the Indo-Pacific.
If last week the president Joe Biden Welcoming the leaders of Southeast Asian countries home, this Friday it was the American who crossed the pond to lead a four-day tour of South Korea and Japan. This is Biden’s first visit to Asia as US President.
will be on the table Technology Agreements, Cyber Security and a new economic union sponsored by Biden, called the Indo-Pacific Economic Framework, that will seek to facilitate cooperation in trade and infrastructure between the US and Asian countries. Biden will also address growing concerns about North Korea’s nuclear program with his counterparts and test the waters to see if he can actually find a deal. United Front of Great Democracies Which could serve as a counterweight to the ambitions in the region of its great rival, China.
Biden’s first stop is the cell. New President, Conservatives Awaiting Him This Saturday eun suk-yol, who took office last week after winning the presidential election on March 10. During his campaign, Yoon, a former prosecutor with no political experience, promised to strengthen alliances with the United States to combat nuclear and missile threats from North Korea. SAIL and Washington have both been warning throughout the week that the rule of Kim Jong Un The US is preparing for a nuclear test or is ready to launch an intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) as a welcome warning to the US President.
Despite promises to restart Biden administration nuclear disarmament talks With North Korea stalled since the failed summit between Kim Jong-un and Donald Trump, there has been no progress since the Democrats arrived at the White House in early 2021. have been more active in Pyongyang, which decided to pressure Washington to resume testing. Its biggest missile. So far this year, the North Korean regime has set a record 16 missile launches And it could begin its first nuclear bomb test any time after 2017.
Yoon’s arrival in the cell also marks a break with former President Moon Jae-in’s commitment to forging a relationship with a secret neighbor. South Korea’s new chief executive has suggested the deployment of US strategic nuclear weapons and even a “preemptive strike” could be carried out if North Korea’s nuclear and missile strikes are imminent.
Yun promised a tough line with China, with the US competing for economic and military supremacy in Asia between the two world superpowers, and jeopardizing relations with its biggest trading partner. But South Korean analysts assure that the new president’s first actions have been more in line with balancing an alliance with the US and its commercial reliance on China, going back on his election promise to deploy US THAAD anti-missile defense systems. Which has already been due to previous costly sanctions by Beijing.
Seoul to Tokyo
After meetings in Seoul, Biden will travel to Tokyo to meet with his most powerful ally in the region, the Japanese prime minister Fumio Kishida. His arrival coincided with an unprecedented military reinforcement of the Third World economy. Pacific Japan is changing its defense policy in the next fiscal year by increasing military spending and buying fighter jets from the UK, marking the first time in 70 years that Tokyo has signed a major defense project with a country other than Japan.
The Japanese capital will also host a meeting between members of the Quad, the US, Japan, Australia and India, an alliance whose priority is to halt China’s expansion into the Indo-Pacific. Australia celebrates a tough presidential election on Saturday and a winner is expected at the Tokyo meeting, as is the Indian prime minister, Narendra Modi, who has in recent months criticized his country’s status following the Russian invasion of allied democracies. distanced himself from of Ukraine.
India has been striving to walk an equal distance of not condemning the Moscow attack for three months, not abandoning its millionaire pacts with Putin, but it also doesn’t want to offend its traditional ally in Washington. One wrong move would jeopardize his role within the Quad.
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