An analysis published by East Asia Forum underlines the need for an American approach to China in terms of what we have called ‘competitive cooperation’.
If the climate in Asia is one of fear of Chinese growth, reality calls for new paths of mediation and dialogue.
The just criticism of Pelosi’s trip to Taiwan is in the perspective of calming tensions in the area. The world does not need new outbreaks that would be extremely dangerous.
China is a strategic competitor and not an enemy. What is clear, in Asia as elsewhere, is that the power of the Dragon – in the interrelationship we experience – must find satisfaction and limits in a new framework of government of planetary processes: what we call ‘glocalisation’.