East Asia has the most peculiar regional order norm in the world. After the war, from the Cold War to the normalization of US-China relations to today, its basic pattern has not changed. Two normal countries, the United States and China, jointly manage the three "abnormal countries" of Taiwan, Japan and South Korea. If you add Hong Kong, there are four. Zhou Enlai once stated that Hong Kong is temporarily handed over to the "American imperialists". "Nation building" is the basic strategy of the United States in dealing with geopolitics in the Middle East, but few American Asia-Pacific strategists think that it applies to East Asia; China has no intention of promoting an Asian version of the European Community.
Zbigniew Brzezinski, a former Polish job email list aristocrat who served as the national security adviser of the Carter administration, single-handedly drew the U.S. strategic layout in Europe. In his realist chessboard, Ukraine plays an important role. If a Ukraine that has no hostility to Russia can join the Western camp ahead, it will be a powerful medicine for Russia's "delusional phobia of being invaded"; on the contrary, if Ukraine is allowed to Attaching to Russia will fuel Russia's Eurasian imperial ambitions.
There is no other reason. Since Russia after the collapse of the Soviet Union has shifted its strategic focus to the Eurasian continent, the US and the CCP manage East Asia during the honeymoon period, which is not an effective deployment for maintaining peace. Japan, Taiwan and South Korea are also willing to cater to abnormal countries, and their only trouble is the Kim dynasty in North Korea. Since the post-Cold War period, almost no political leader in Greater Asia has challenged the US CCP’s management order, even Lee Teng-hui in Taiwan, and Kim Jong-il’s “Songun politics” line is more of an advance deployment to maintain the status quo on the Korean Peninsula, with no intention of subverting it. American CCP.