[You must respond to Britain’s anti-China measures with precise revenge, and the biggest victory is when you hit the pain point! 】 Seeing Hu Xi’s comment on the ban on Huawei in the UK:public retaliation is needed. The author believes that before deciding how to take revenge, we must understand the motivation of the United Kingdom to do this. Only knowing ourselves and knowing each other can strike precisely and win the initiative in the greater fight against the US game. First, know oneself and know the other, there is no battle, and before retaliation, you must understand the reasons why the current British policy on China is tough
[You must respond to Britain’s anti-China measures with precise revenge, and the biggest victory is when you hit the pain point! 】 Seeing Hu Xi’s comment on the ban on Huawei in the UK:public retaliation is needed. The author believes that before deciding how to take revenge, we must understand the motivation of the United Kingdom to do this. Only knowing ourselves and knowing each other can strike precisely and win the initiative in the greater fight against the US game.
First, knowing yourself and knowing each other and fighting for nothing, you must understand the reasons why the current British policy on China is strong before taking revenge. After Brexit, British diplomacy has undergone major adjustments, and the United States is the primary factor affecting its foreign policy and even domestic discussions. On the issue of Huawei’s 5G, the US factor is decisive. Whether the US government’s further restrictive measures against Huawei in May, the US’s hidden threat against British intelligence cooperation, or Trump’s “vigorous lobbying” all show that the US Absolute influence and control. Therefore, the ringing must be linked to the ringing person. For Britain and the United States to be tightly bound, we must understand the reality and understand that this is an inevitable choice for the future of British diplomacy. Therefore, before Sino-US relations have not jumped into the”new cold war” trap, the United Kingdom The China policy will not have the independence we expect, nor can we expect the UK to stand by us. Only by understanding this basic situation can I revenge the UK with precision.
Second, the British suppression of Chinese companies is unreasonable and violates market rules. For such behavior, China should take precise measures to retaliate. For example, on the issue of Huawei, HSBC Bank once played an extremely disgraceful role in eating and smashing the pot. By colluding with the United States Department of Justice, it violated business ethics and local laws and became an accomplice to the long arm of the United States. For such a British company, we should take certain equivalent measures, just like the United Kingdom treats Huawei, and limit its business development in China within a time limit. On the other hand, the United Kingdom must seek China after Brexit. The United Kingdom, which hopes to embrace the world, has also released its willingness to participate in Chinese initiatives such as the “Belt and Road” and the Asian Investment Bank, hoping to use these multilateral cooperation mechanisms to participate in economic construction in Asia and other regions. And development. In this regard, we should also properly exclude British companies, leave more opportunities to other countries, and let the UK know the pain economically.
Third, retaliation should not be for revenge itself, but for more strategic goals. We must think about a question, what is the purpose of revenge? Is it for worse Sino-British relations? Or is it to let Britain return to shore? We must realize that the domestic attitude of China to the United Kingdom is not the same as that of the United States, and there is no monolithic phenomenon. Some people still support the”China Contact Theory” and”China Opportunity Theory.” From a pragmatic perspective, the United Kingdom also knows to increase domestic The development and promotion of the international agenda are inseparable from China’s support and assistance. Looking back, the”Golden Age” of China and Britain still left precious wealth and experience for the two countries. At the time, Britain was also the first western power to join the Asian Investment Bank. These memories will not disappear easily, but they cannot become British arbitrariness. reason.
In short, the British approach to the Huawei issue is outrageous, but before we retaliate, we must have a deep understanding of the UK’s motivation to do so. Only then can we make the most precise counterattack and hit the most painful place in the UK. What do you think? Hot headlines