ANOTHER Biden Foreign Policy BLUNDER and why you won’t be shocked

Recent statements from American Conservative Senior Editor Dr. Sumantra Maitra have sparked concern over the United States’ relationship with China, especially regarding their approach to Ukraine. Maitra warns that China views the continued involvement of the U.S. in Europe as a “blank check” to pursue their path of “unrivaled hegemony.”

Maitra notes that China hopes to see the U.S. tied up in Europe, preventing them from pivoting towards Asia. This would allow China to continue producing and supplying without fear of the U.S. becoming a significant rival in manufacturing capacity, given their massive population of over one billion people.

Maitra argues that the U.S. needs to consider its strategic interests, rather than just the morals of supporting Ukraine. The risk of engaging in a war of attrition with Russia would bleed the U.S. and Europe dry, providing China with an opportunity to gain dominance in the international arena.

President Biden’s recent aid package to Ukraine, including weapons such as anti-tank missiles and air surveillance radars, is a cause for concern.

Maitra notes that Biden has promised to support Ukraine without providing a strategic outline or a fixed end date. The lack of a clear endgame is a significant concern for many Americans.

During his visit to Ankara, Secretary of State Antony Blinken noted concerns surrounding the potential for China to provide lethal assistance to Russia, further straining the relationship between the U.S. and China.

Maitra’s comments reflect a growing concern over the U.S.’s approach to foreign policy and the potential risks involved. While supporting Ukraine is a noble cause, the lack of a clear strategy may lead to unintended consequences.

In summary, Maitra’s statements highlight the need for the U.S. to consider its strategic interests carefully. It’s essential to develop a clear plan when providing aid to other nations to avoid inadvertently allowing rival nations like China to gain an advantage.

The U.S. must balance its values and ideals with the potential risks involved in foreign policy decisions. Only then can it maintain its position as a global superpower while avoiding unnecessary conflict.