Canada’s long-awaited Indo-Pacific Strategy has identified the Chinese communist regime as “an increasingly disruptive global power” and pledges to join allies in confronting Beijing on a range of issues—something the Liberal government has rarely done in past engagement with China.
It makes reference to China over 50 times, calling it out as a key security threat to the stability of the region—one that it says Canada and its allies must unite forces to counter.
“China is an increasingly disruptive global power,” the strategy document reads.
“China’s rise, enabled by the same international rules and norms that it now increasingly disregards, has had an enormous impact on the Indo-Pacific, and it has ambitions to become the leading power in the region….
Source: The Epoch Times
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