Was the U.S. withdrawal from Afghanistan a “strategic success” for China?
The United States has now officially withdrawn from Afghanistan, and President Joe Biden states that one of the main reasons for doing so was to allow the United States to “shore up” and refocus U.S. military resources on greater threats. Biden pointed to the “serious competition with China” that the United States is currently engaged in. However, at the same time as the U.S. withdrawal is happening, the Chinese government is developing deeper diplomatic relations with the Taliban, and some analysts say that China even wanted to get the United States out of Afghanistan.
To learn more about this development, and what it means for the United States, we sat down for an interview with Bill Gertz, national security correspondent with The Washington Times and author of “Deceiving the Sky: Inside Communist China’s Drive for Global Supremacy.”
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