The navies of 21 countries expressed their position to follow the US military, and the Philippines and Thailand made their position clear, and if necessary, they could board ships to intercept!
Title: Multinational Maritime Alliance: How is China Responding to the Challenge?
Recently, the navies of several countries have assembled to follow the United States in forming a maritime coalition, and this build-up undoubtedly poses a threat to China. In particular, the Philippines and Thailand, two important Southeast Asian countries, have said that they will adopt methods such as boarding and interception to protect their maritime rights and interests, further aggravating regional conflicts. China faces serious challenges, how to respond?
The maritime coalition poses a clear encirclement threat to China, and China, as a country geographically close to Southeast Asia, faces a major security test. The Philippines and Thailand have stated that they want to follow the United States, which is declaring their position to the outside world and posing a direct threat to China. They claim sovereignty over the South China Sea and take confrontational action despite China's advice.
The Philippines and Thailand's practice of following the United States and boarding and intercepting ships will not only not contribute to regional peace and stability, but may also exacerbate regional conflicts and outbreaks. These two countries have long-standing contradictions with China, illegally occupy China's islands and reefs, and cooperate with the United States to disrupt the situation, which has a serious impact on regional security and stability. Their position will lead to a serious deterioration in relations with China, with a series of negative effects.
To cope with this situation, China must first safeguard its legitimate rights and interests and properly handle its relations with neighboring countries. China must strengthen exchanges and cooperation with Southeast Asian countries, resolve contradictions and differences through peaceful dialogue, and promote regional security and stability. At all times and in all places, China has always stressed that it firmly safeguards its own rights and interests, but it must cooperate and negotiate through sincerity, mutual benefit and mutual trust.
While safeguarding its own security and stability, China should actively participate in international affairs and demonstrate strategic wisdom. China has realized the importance of military strength, and its maritime military power has continued to grow, and its ability to safeguard maritime rights and interests has improved. In the face of the challenge of multinational maritime alliances, China must show its determination and ability to stick to its bottom line.
The solution to the problem should not be limited to armed struggle, but should also focus on peaceful means. China should promote the settlement of problems through diplomatic means, actively cooperate with other countries, safeguard geopolitical security, and safeguard national dignity and interests. It is the responsibility of every country to strengthen exchanges and cooperation with other countries, promote peaceful dialogue, jointly resolve contradictions and differences, and maintain regional peace and stability.
In the face of the challenge of maritime alliances, China should take balance and cooperation as the starting point and communicate in a calm and peaceful manner. Only in this way can we ensure the maintenance of national security, stability and legitimate rights and interests, and maintain regional peace and stability. Against the backdrop of today's turbulent international relations, it would be wise to handle major decisions carefully and resolve differences peacefully.