US President Joe Biden speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington on May 7. It is far from inconceivable that Washington is, intentionally or unwittingly, creating a momentum with which Beijing can be provoked into starting a war. Photo: UPI/Bloomberg
US President Joe Biden speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington on May 7. It is far from inconceivable that Washington is, intentionally or unwittingly, creating a momentum with which Beijing can be provoked into starting a war. Photo: UPI/Bloomberg
Terry Su
Opinion

Opinion

Terry Su

In US obsession with China’s rise, it risks losing sight of Eurasia power play

  • War scenarios are building around Taiwan as anxieties form around a China-Russia-Iran alliance
  • But what if China is looking to pin down the US in the east while European integration advances to where the US is no longer needed as stabiliser and arbitrator?

US President Joe Biden speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington on May 7. It is far from inconceivable that Washington is, intentionally or unwittingly, creating a momentum with which Beijing can be provoked into starting a war. Photo: UPI/Bloomberg
US President Joe Biden speaks in the East Room of the White House in Washington on May 7. It is far from inconceivable that Washington is, intentionally or unwittingly, creating a momentum with which Beijing can be provoked into starting a war. Photo: UPI/Bloomberg
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