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China Hits Back at NATO, Says It Has ‘Bias’ – Guardian

China lashed out at NATO for what it called its “Cold War thinking and ideological bias” after the military alliance labelled it a “serious challenge” to global stability, the Guardian reported


Leaders from Australia, Japan, South Korea and New Zealand will join NATO as a warning to Beijing that the war in Ukraine has not detracted from Western nations' focus on China.
A NATO flag flies behind Spanish troops in Latvia. The alliance voiced concerns not only about the war in Ukraine, but also the “systemic challenges posed by the People’s Republic of China to Euro-Atlantic security”. Photo: Reuters.

 

China lashed out at NATO for what it called its “cold war thinking and ideological bias” after the military alliance labelled it a “serious challenge” to global stability, the Guardian reported

A statement from China’s mission to the European Union on Thursday asked, “Who’s challenging global security and undermining world peace?” the story said. “Are there any wars or conflicts over the years where NATO is not involved?”

Read the full report: The Guardian.

 

 

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Alfie Habershon

Alfie is a Reporter at Asia Financial. He previously lived in Mumbai reporting on India's economy and healthcare for data journalism initiative IndiaSpend, as well as having worked for London based Tortoise Media.

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