Why China is closely watching Biden's handling of Russia-Ukraine tension - and what it could mean for the US
Added 01-21-22 06:43:01pm EST - “America's rivals and enemies are watching Presidents Biden's and Putin's overtures in the Ukraine-Russia conflict very carefully, and their conclusions could lead to further aggressive actions that threaten the American homeland,…” - Foxnews.com
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Robert O'Brien weighs in on the possible implications of a Russian invasion of Ukraine on 'The Story.'
America's rivals and enemies are watching Presidents Biden's and Putin's moves in the Ukraine-Russia conflict very carefully, and a Russian invasion could leave to further aggressive actions that threaten the American homeland, former National Security Adviser Robert O'Brien warned Friday on Fox News.
Biden was roundly criticized for his "minor incursion" remark about a potential Russian invasion of Ukraine, and O'Brien told "The Story" that Chinese Communist leader Xi Jinping is monitoring exactly how the current conflict is fleshing out.
If Xi deduces that it is worth causing international turmoil to invade Taiwan – which China views as a breakaway province but which allies believe is sovereign – it could open a maritime avenue to confront Alaska, the closest state to Russia and China.
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