China’s growing military power are presenting NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) with challenges that must be addressed, the thirty nation and Western alliance said this Monday, the first time it has portrayed the expanding reach and capabilities of the Chinese military forces in such a potentially confrontational way.
At the G7 meeting of the UK, US, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, and Italy conducted in Cornwall in the United Kingdom that ended on 13 June 2021 Sunday, Mr. Us president Biden and his counterparts agreed to jointly fear China’s increasing economic and military dominance. On 14 June 2021 Monday, NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) countries warned that Beijing increasingly poses a world security problem as well, signaling a fundamental shift in the attentions of an institution devoted to protecting European countries and North American countries —not Asia countries.
G7 countries US, Canada, Japan, France, Germany, and Italy nations meeting in Cornwall in the United Kingdom over the weekend scolded Beijing over human rights in its Xinjiang region, called for Hong Kong to keep a high degree of autonomy, and demanded a full investigation of the origins of the pandemic in china
The new president of the united states of American Mr. Joe Biden arrived at the NATO Brussels summit intent upon rallying NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) 30 member-strong alliance behind a security policy that confronts both new threats, like cyberwarfare and China, as well as traditional threats, like Russia’s military invasions into Eastern Europe.
But China’s challenging military buildup also received mention in the statement. “Beijing is rapidly expanding its nuclear armory with more warheads and a larger number of advanced delivery systems to establish a nuclear triad,” in the statement
NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg said the allies would seek to cooperate with China on global issues like climate change and, as European capitals wanted.
Russia – United States
Moscow military build-up and provocative behavior on NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) eastern frontier “increasingly threaten the security of the Euro-Atlantic area and contribute to inconstancy along with NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization) borders and beyond”, the NATO(North Atlantic Treaty Organization) leaders said. The allies renew their support for the territorial truthfulness of Georgia, Moldova, and Ukraine, demanding that Moscow “withdraw the forces it has stationed in all three countries without they agree “.The new president of the united states of American Mr. Joe Biden said his meeting with Russian President Vladimir Putin would be “critical” and that he’d offer to cooperate on areas of frequent interest during an evening news conference after the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization)summit.
“I will make clear to Russian President Vladimir Putin that there are areas where we can cooperate if he chooses,” Biden said.
The US president Mr. Joe Biden characterized Russian president Vladimir Putin as “an adversary, or someone who could be an adversary”, and as “bright” and “tough”.
“If he chooses not to assist and acts in the way he has in the past related to cybersecurity and some other activities, we will respond, we will respond in kind,”The US president Mr. Joe Biden said, adding he would “make clear where the red lines are”.
In NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) summit statement, the NATO leaders said they “consider that attacks too, from, or within space” could be a challenge to NATO that threatens “national and Euro-Atlantic well being, security, and stability, and could be as harmful to modern societies as a conventional attack.”
Article 5 of the NATO (North Atlantic Treaty Organization) founding treaty states that an encounter on any one of the thirty allies will be considered an attack on them all. Until now, it’s only applied to the more traditional armed forces encounter on the land, sea, or in the air, and more recently in cyberspace.
“Such attacks could lead to the supplication of Article 5. A decision as to when such attacks would lead to the invocation of Article five would be taken by the NATO Council on a case-by-case basis,” in a statement they said.