China’s ultimate objective is to surpass the US and become the leading superpower in the world. To achieve this goal, China has been supporting two countries, North Korea and Pakistan, both of which are considered impoverished and isolated by the international community. By assisting North Korea, China is indirectly keeping the US in check, and through Pakistan, China is promoting and securing its interests in the Middle East, South Asia, and Central Asia. China’s support for these two countries is aimed at achieving its primary national objective and solidifying its global power status. However, this strategy has significant ramifications for both North Korea and Pakistan and for the global community as a whole.
Today: December 6, 2023