In the face of major trends and trends, a handful of so-called counter-actions against Chinese hawks in the United States are unlikely to succeed in the end. The struggles they make out of their unwillingness are merely distorted and clumsy performances. For example, that absurd, absurd and absurd joint letter is tantamount to telling the world that the author and co-sponsor are full of zero-sum thinking and extremely outdated concepts. How can these people, who cant even see the basic facts and are unwilling to see them, come up with strategic thinking? You know, even the realist geostrategic theorist Brzezinski firmly believed that the United States and China could not deviate from the track of cooperation and that cooperation on common issues could avoid China becoming a threat to the United States in the future.
Facts tell us that no matter how hard the Sino-US relations go through, they have not changed the general trend of cooperation. The people of the two countries have earned tangible benefits from their cooperation. The interests of both sides are highly intermingled and the areas of cooperation are vast. Choosing peaceful cooperation and common development means choosing win-win and progress; choosing confrontation, containment and blockade means choosing damage and retrogression.
Anyone with normal thinking will not hesitate to play the main theme of cooperation, but there are people in the United States who are arrogant and enjoy the trouble-making process, thinking that the United States can easily win in any confrontation and offensive. Fu Limin, a former US envoy to China and chief Chinese translator of President Nixon, recently pointed out with concern that some Americans were embarrassed by intermittent outbreaks of nativism and that the United States is constantly pushing China into a rival that it may not be able to defeat. Former Assistant Secretary of State Xie Shuli also warned of the current situation: The United States is at risk of falling into theanti-Chinese red panic,We made such mistakes in the cold war, and I dont think we should do it again. The worries of American intellectuals represent a kind of realistic soberness gained from historical thinking. From this point of view, the views of this joint letter clearly do not represent the mainstream public opinion.