In his first foreign policy address, United States Secretary of State Antony Blinken assured that Washington’s relations with China are “the greatest political challenge of the 21st century”.
The Foreign Minister has assured that they will be a central part of the new government’s foreign policy, as this is a different challenge as it is the only country with “economic, diplomatic, military and technological power that is seriously addressing the open and serious challenges Asks a question. ” stable international system. “
“Our relationship with China will be competitive when it should, cooperative when possible, and adversary when it has to. The common denominator is the need to deal with China from a position of strength,” he said.
In addition, the diplomat has set other administrative priorities such as climate change and the evolution of the pandemic. At that point, he insisted that no one will be completely safe until the majority of the world is immune to the virus.
He has also indicated that democracy in the world and in the United States is under threat, but the government will work to “renew” it.
He has also referred to his allies with whom he “intends to revive relations” while assuring that the United States “cannot shoulder the burden on its own”.
On economic matters, he has defended that the country learns from past mistakes in foreign trade and will ensure that the treaties do not mean job losses in the United States.
Likewise, he has highlighted the need for better defense against large-scale cyberattacks and has indicated that he prefers diplomacy to military action.
Finally, he emphasized the plan to develop a “humane and effective” migration system that focuses on security and justice, provides asylum and addresses the root causes of migration.