The success of China's silent diplomacy

So far, the world has seen unimaginable success in China's technological and economic fields, this time the world has also seen China's astonishing success in international diplomacy. 

China's Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP) free trade agreement was signed on November 15 with five non-ASEAN countries (including China), including 10 ASEAN countries.

 International trade experts say the agreement will surpass the world's largest free trade agreement, the European Union (EU) and the United States, Canada and Mexico, creating the world's largest free trade area. 

Calling the deal a "China uprising," some experts say it will give China the ability to set trade policy and conditions in Asia in the future. 

An analysis of the RCEP agreement shows China's diplomatic power. 

Some of the ASEAN and non-ASEAN countries that have signed the RCEP agreement have disputes over various issues, including disputes over China's maritime borders. 

Despite the bitterness of the countries with China over these disputes, the agreement with some of these countries has been made possible despite their close relationship with America, which is jealous of China's economic and technological prosperity. 

The RCEP agreement can be said to be a crop of China's diplomatic charisma.

China's success in diplomacy in recent years can be attributed to the country's magical powers of diplomacy. 

China signed a 25-year agreement with Iran in August this year. After nearly four years of negotiations and discussions, China and Iran signed the agreement. 

Geopolitical experts have called this agreement the biggest geopolitical agreement of the 21st century. 

In light of the ongoing polarization of geopolitical relations around the world, it is conceivable that the agreement reached between China and Iran signals the beginning of a new geopolitical game in the world, which will affect not only the Middle East but the entire East. 

After the signing of the agreement, some of the world's leading diplomats said that the agreement was a big blow to the CIA, the world's best intelligence agency. 

An organization like the CIA, which has thousands of analysts, has not been able to predict the outcome of this geopolitical deal, which is their failure. 

The Sino-Iranian 25-year agreement and the RCEP agreement have been concluded in less than three months.

 In just a few months, China has demonstrated to the world the power of its diplomatic capabilities by signing two agreements that could change the course of world politics.

The success of China's silent diplomacy shows us the weakness of US diplomacy. The US Pacific Pivot Strategy (PPS) has long been in place to curb China's growing influence in the Asia-Pacific region. 

It can be said that the initiative to give and take 'PPS' has also died in the field. During his presidency of the United States, Barack Obama formed the Trans-Pacific Partnership (TTP) in 2012 to expand PPS. 

'TTP' has also gone to the cold storage till the end. After Donald Trump was elected US President, he took the initiative to form an alliance called Indo-Pacific Strategy (IPS) in the form of NATO military alliance to curb China's influence in the Asian region. 

This alliance is considered to be the NATO of Asia. The United States has so far failed to achieve the expected success in this alliance, despite the efforts of Asian countries.

 Deputy Secretary of State Stephen Bagan, the US State Department's second-highest-ranking official, visited several countries in the subcontinent, in October on a mission to partner in the Indo-Pacific Strategy. 

His mission has not been very successful. The reality is that America's various attempts to curb Chinese influence are not yielding many results. 

An alliance called the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue (Quad) has recently been formed with the United States, India, Japan and Australia at the initiative of the United States. 

This alliance does not seem to be able to meet the expectations of the United States. A meeting of the US-led coalition was held in Tokyo, Japan, in October. 

The four countries in the QUAD alliance could not agree on the meeting. 

At the end of the meeting, the four countries issued separate statements, which widened the differences between the countries. 

While the United States has failed miserably in its efforts to curb Chinese influence, it is easy to imagine that it is frustrating.

Various events prove that a large part of the world's leaders is gaining confidence in China.

 Last year, the Indian government revoked the special status of Kashmir. 

Pro-Indian leaders in Kashmir are also angry. Former Kashmir Chief Minister Farooq Abdullah was one of those leaders.

 The leader recently said, "Jammu and Kashmir will get back its special status only if China intervenes."

The remarks echo the hopes of the Kashmiris to end discriminatory treatment of the Indian government through Chinese intervention.

 After World War II, the United States established a monopoly on the Middle East. China has also been largely successful in trying to end US monopolies in the Middle East. 

The Palestinian ambassador to the UN in 2018 said that the Palestinians wanted to include China in future peace talks with Israel because of the US government's bias towards Israel in negotiations with Israel.

 According to the Palestinian ambassador, it will be difficult to do anything in the future without China in the Middle East. 

The United States has dominated Latin America since the 19th century. 

China has also entered the Latin American region. China has been able to expand its Belt and Road Initiative project to Latin America.

 There is propaganda that China's One Belt One Road project is a ploy to bring the whole world into the Chinese belt. 

Despite this campaign, China can move the project forward vigorously. In 2017, China hosted a two-day conference in the Chinese capital, Beijing, inviting world leaders to implement the One Belt One Road project (OBOR).

 The conference was attended by the heads of government of 29 countries, including Russian President Vladimir Putin, and representatives of 130 countries.

 Russia and the European Union (EU) have strongly supported China's plan at the conference.

 At the conference, the Russian President said that Russia is not only supporting the One Belt One Road project, but Russia must also take an active part in the implementation of the project with China and other interested countries.

China and Russia became strategic partners in 1996, ending strained relations in the wake of Western-led efforts to establish a centralized world order led by the United States.

 This has also been made possible by China's successful diplomacy. While the United States has struggled to contain China's influence in the world, China's silent influence is now a reality.

China and Russia became strategic partners in 1997, ending strained relations in the wake of Western-led efforts to establish a centralized world order led by the United States. 

This has also been made possible by China's successful diplomacy. While the United States has struggled to contain China's influence in the world, China's silent influence is now a reality.

In 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) recognized the Chinese currency as an international currency by including the Chinese currency, the yuan, in its currency basket. 

Many countries around the world are now using Chinese currency instead of the US dollar. 

Since World War II, the world's poorest countries have had to resort to the World Bank and the IMF for loans. 

China has emerged as an alternative to the World Bank and the IMF. China is lending money to poor countries to meet the needs of the World Bank and the IMF. 

Most of the United States' closest allies value relations with China; It is not uncommon for anyone to disagree with the United States. 

The reality is that China has already become an important global player, reshaping world management in the face of China's diplomatic success. 

Only time will tell how much more the world will have to see China's diplomatic success. One success story after another of China's silent diplomacy is also undermining fairy tales.

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