Fighting Communist China The West is strategically reorganizing

In the past few days, three major summits in the Western world – the G7 summit, the NATO summit, and the US-European summit – have been held back-to-back, with swords pointed at the Chinese Communist Party. This is particularly significant: if 2020 is marked by the great plague ravaging the world and the new Cold War between the U.S. and China, 2021 will be written in history with the strategic reorganization of the Western countries.

On the other hand, in 2021, the Chinese Communist Party has made significant progress in judging the global power contrast between the East and the West, and in seeking hegemony with the epidemic, and the “time and situation” are on its side, plus With the chicken blood of the “Centennial Party Celebration”, the “War Wolf Diplomacy” is extraordinarily exuberant. These ideas, strategies and behaviors of the CCP have greatly accelerated the formation of a consensus among Western countries to counter the CCP, and prompted them to begin a comprehensive strategic reorganization accordingly.

The programmatic document of the West’s strategic reorganization is the New Atlantic Charter signed by the British and American leaders on June 10. This document is deliberately named as such to tell the world clearly that the situation now resembles the Second World War, that we need a “wartime spirit”, and that we need and are designing a blueprint for the world now and in the future (for more details, see my article “Britain and the United States Sign New Atlantic Charter, Pointing at the Chinese Communist Party”). (see my article “Britain and U.S. Sign New Atlantic Charter, Pointing at Chinese Communist Party”).

Immediately afterwards, the communiqué of the G7 Summit on the 13th, the communiqué of the NATO Summit on the 14th, and the communiqué of the U.S.-European Summit on the 15th outlined the main framework of strategic reorganization. Based on the above four documents, this article briefly reviews the Western strategic reorganization.

First, urgently restrain the Chinese Communist Party’s foolishness in the Taiwan Strait

Since 2021, the CCP’s military provocations in the Taiwan Strait have increased significantly, and the risk of war has increased greatly. The G7 summit communiqué, the NATO summit communiqué, the U.S.-European summit communiqué, plus the previous U.S.-Japan summit on April 16, the U.S.-South Korea summit on May 21, the Japan-Europe summit on May 27, and the Japan-Australia 2+2 talks on June 9, all raised the Taiwan Strait issue for the first time. raised the Taiwan Strait issue and focused on peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait. The strategic pressure on the Chinese Communist Party to wage war in the Taiwan Strait has increased as never before. This indicates that the Taiwan Strait issue has now become a vane that affects the evolution of the global strategic landscape.

Second, it is clear that the Chinese Communist Party poses a “systemic security challenge” to the West.

If the Taiwan Strait issue is an isolated case, then the CCP’s “overt ambitions and overconfident behavior pose a systemic challenge to the rules-based international order and security-related areas of the alliance.” (NATO summit communiqué) NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg, the West’s premier political-military alliance, called the summit a “crucial moment” for the organization. Although the 30 member states across Europe and the United States have different policies toward China, the fact that the summit communiqué for the first time listed the Chinese Communist Party as a security challenge shows that Western countries are facing the rise of the Chinese Communist Party and have initially built a consensus on it.

While pushing NATO to update its strategic concept and confront the CCP threat, the U.S. is also promoting the “Indo-Pacific Strategy”, accelerating the construction of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue mechanism, and strengthening the U.S.-Japan and U.S.-South Korea military alliances, indicating that the military alliance and coordination among Western countries is deepening.

Third, accelerate the transformation of the digital society to meet the economic and technological challenges of the Chinese Communist Party

The West has to deal with the military challenges of the CCP, and more importantly, the economic, scientific and technological challenges of the CCP. In the historical process of moving from industrial society to information society and smart society, in order to ensure that the CPC does not use various means to “overtake”, the West must strengthen coordination and integration based on common values, as the U.S.-European Summit Communiqué (“Toward a New Transatlantic Partnership “) stated, “We are determined to drive digital transformation, stimulate trade and investment, strengthen our technological and industrial leadership, foster innovation, and protect and promote critical and emerging technologies and infrastructure. We plan to cooperate in the development and deployment of new technologies based on our shared democratic values, including respect for human rights, and to encourage compatible standards and regulations.” In addition, the statement said, “To jumpstart this positive agenda and provide an effective platform for cooperation, we have established a high-level U.S.-EU Trade and Technology Committee (TTC).”

In this regard, several advances have already been made during these summits. For example, the U.S.-EU agreement on halting the long-standing punitive trade tariffs between the U.S. and the EU stemming from the Airbus-Boeing dispute and reaching consensus on confronting “non-market economy practice countries. For example, Canada and the EU have also launched a new partnership to secure supply chains for key minerals and reduce dependence on China.

Fourth, launch a global infrastructure initiative to counter the CCP’s “One Belt, One Road”

Since 2013, the Chinese Communist Party has invested in rail, road and port infrastructure in many developing countries through the Belt and Road Initiative, leaving many countries mired in debt and corruption. The G7 summit agreed to launch the U.S. “Build Back Better World” (B3W) program. This “democratic-led, high-standard, value-driven, transparent infrastructure partnership investment program will help improve infrastructure in developing countries worth more than $40 trillion. This will provide a “democratic alternative” to developing countries. This is also the first strategic response of the West to the CCP’s “Belt and Road”.

Fifth, uphold universal values and effectively counter the CCP’s bad behavior

On June 15, European Commission President Ursula von der Leyen said that China’s (CCP) human rights record is the main reason for separating the EU from Beijing, and defined Beijing as the EU’s systemic opponent. For his part, Australian Prime Minister Morrison said that the worldview differences between Australia and China may never be resolved.

The values of the Chinese Communist Party are a direct result of its bad behavior. Clause 26 of the U.S.-EU summit communiqué says the two sides share concerns about the CCP in a number of areas, including continued human rights violations in Xinjiang and Tibet, erosion of Hong Kong’s autonomy and democratic process, the imposition of economic coercion, and the dissemination of disinformation, among others. It also said the U.S. and EU continue to be gravely concerned about the situation in the East and South China Seas, strongly oppose any attempt to unilaterally change the status quo, and stress the importance of peace and stability in the Taiwan Strait.

The U.S.-EU summit communiqué said it would consult and cooperate closely in dealing with China on many fronts and coordinate its policies toward China in areas such as human rights, trade and commerce, and security. In this regard, there have been several developments so far this year. For example, on March 22, the EU imposed sanctions on the Chinese Communist Party for the first time since June 4, 1989, for massive human rights violations in Xinjiang. Japan, for example, which has a long-standing “ambiguous policy,” did not follow through on the EU’s sanctions against China, but in an “unsolicited telephone conversation” with the Chinese side on the evening of April 5, demanded that the CCP take action to improve the human rights situation of the Uighurs and stop its repressive activities in Hong Kong. The summits were held on April 5.

At least two events at these summits indicate a trend toward joint Western action against the CCP’s misdeeds. The first was support for the U.S.-driven re-investigation of the source of the new coronavirus, calling on the World Health Organization to conduct a new, transparent investigation into the source of the virus free of Chinese interference; the second was the statement by Australian Prime Minister Morrison that Australia, which is fighting back against the expansion of Chinese Communist influence, has won strong support for Australia from the Group of Seven.


At present, the West still has a triple position of “cooperation, competition and rivalry” towards the CCP. This shows that in the context of the “global village”, the West still has certain illusions and scruples about the CCP, and has not yet fully realized that the CCP is the devil. Any idea of “cooperation” will be used by the CCP and scorned by the CCP. If you don’t believe me, please see what CCP Foreign Ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian said at a regular press conference on June 16: The U.S. and Europe have put forward the so-called triple positioning of “cooperation, competition and rivalry” towards China, which in essence means that they want to harm China’s (CCP) interests and take advantage of China (CCP) at the same time. Those who believe in and advocate such arguments either have their own IQ problems or underestimate the intelligence of the Chinese.

Therefore, this article argues that the ongoing strategic reorganization in the West has its positive significance, but it needs to improve its understanding of the nature of the CCP, otherwise it will still inevitably be exploited by the CCP.