What U.S. allies and adversaries in Asia make of Biden and Harris

The world needs some coordination… leadership and… collaboration.”North and South KoreaSouth Korea’s President Moon Jae-in first congratulated the election’s projected winners in a weekend tweet, saying the U.S.-South Korea “alliance is strong and the bond between our two countries is rock-solid.” 

On Monday, Moon stressed his hope for an orderly transition at the White House, specifically to ensure that North Korea is not given any kind of opportunity to exploit. allies and competitors across Asia have joined the chorus of official government reactions to President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris’s projected election victory. government can meet China halfway.”But the less official voices of Beijing were less circumspect. He came to be seen as one Mr. Skirmishes flared over the summer that left more than 20 Indian soldiers, and possibly Chinese troops, dead. Trump’s term was characterized by a “lot of misunderstanding… lot of mistrust… even though President Trump called President Xi ‘a great friend.'”Wang, however, told CBS News that, despite the tension, the two nations “really cannot separate from each other… We cannot really fight each other.  
Hey look. Your success is pathbreaking, and a matter of immense pride not just for your chittis, but also for all Indian-Americans. Modi will likely seek to leverage this as a bulwark against China’s territorial claims along the two enormous Asian nations’ shared, and heavily militarized, border in the Himalayas. The current president’s made-for-television dalliances with Kim at bilateral summits in Singapore and Vietnam were publicity coups for the isolated dictator, but there has been little to show for them. “We will see to it that there will be no pause in the strengthening of the ROK (Republic of Korea)-U.S. @CBSNews is here. State media and state-controlled social media were more critical of U.S. Biden and Harris: Neither President Xi Jinping or China’s ambassador to the U.S., Cui Tiankai, have weighed in. allies and adversaries in Asia make of Biden and Harris

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2nd senior U.S. The bilateral relationship has endured for decades, regardless of who occupies the White House. Trump’s closest friends among world leaders. Democratically-governed Taiwan is an island off China’s coast, roughly half the size of the state of South Carolina and with a population of about 23 million people.Beijing considers Taiwan a renegade province. I am confident that the vibrant India-US ties will get even stronger with your support and leadership.— Narendra Modi (@narendramodi) November 7, 2020

Harris’ success puts India on the map of U.S. in the region. Biden and Harris to congratulate them. Because of her half-Indian heritage, Modi called Harris’ ascent “pathbreaking.” The tiny ancestral village of Harris’ maternal grandfather — Thulasendrapuram, in south India — had been praying for her win and, when the projections of the Biden-Harris victory came in, its several hundred residents set off fireworks and prayed at its Hindu temple. India and China talk de-escalation


But India’s government may feel pressure from Washington as well, particularly over a controversial new citizenship law ushered in by Modi’s Hindu nationalist government, seen as anti-Muslim, and over New Delhi’s crackdown on residents in the majority-Muslim Kashmir region. China’s largest newspaper group broke from posting official news articles over the weekend to reply to Donald Trump’s own tweet, claiming he had won the U.S. 🇨🇳 #Election2020 https://t.co/P7PjrsNkEX pic.twitter.com/iGNCKBRQxO— Ramy Inocencio 英若明 (@RamyInocencio) November 8, 2020

“In a nutshell, the last four years were not ideal years,” said Henry Wang, President of the Beijing-based Center for China and Globalization, the country’s largest independent think-tank. “Our understanding is that the outcome of the election will be determined in accordance with U.S. What U.S. Biden declared he is the winner of the election,” Chinese Foreign Ministry spokesman Wang Wenbin said in a notably reserved statement at a regular daily press briefing in Beijing. Trump well. official visits Taiwan, irking Beijing even more

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“Haha,” tweeted the official account of the state-run People’s Daily. alliance and the advancement of the peace process on the Korean Peninsula. Abe flew to New York to meet then-President-elect Trump even while President Obama was still in office. allies and adversaries in Asia make of Biden and Harris

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World leaders react to Biden’s projected win

World leaders react to Biden’s projected wi… First published on November 9, 2020 / 12:31 PM “The values on which we have built our relationship could not be stronger.” 
Taiwan’s president Tsai Ing-wen, @iingwen, returns a congrats to @JoeBiden after his January tweet for her own landslide win. politics in a way it never has been. has about 28,500 troops stationed in South Korea, ready to deal with any potential regional security issues, in particular involving North Korea or China. North Korea had not weighed in as of Monday. Biden a “fool of low IQ.” TaiwanTaiwan’s president Tsai Ying-wen congratulated Mr. “Now it is my turn to extend congratulations to Joe Biden and Kamala Harris,” replied Tsai, Taiwan’s first female president. Biden has called Kim a “thug,” while Pyongyang has dubbed Mr. Biden’s own tweet, rather than just starting a new post, Tsai was reminding the president-elect — and the world — of his words: “The United States should continue strengthening our ties with Taiwan and other like-minded democracies.” 

It was a politically savvy move, prompting the incoming administration to remember Taiwan, where many were hoping Mr. Trump’s regular bashing of China over everything from the coronavirus to trade, and the fact that his administration has pushed to sell more weapons to Taiwan, has made him a valuable ally. IndiaPrime Minister Narendra Modi sent tweets separately to Mr. Trump’s regular bashing of China — from the coronavirus to trade —  and the White House’s support of more arms sales to Taiwan, have made him a valuable ally in the face of a rising China.Mr. 🇹🇼🇺🇸 Many in Taiwan wanted @realDonaldTrump to win – perceived as being tougher on China, which threatens to reunite Taiwan by force. “We have noticed that Mr. “Trump has changed the U.S. We will do our best to ensure that the invaluable achievements accomplished to date between us and President Trump’s administration will extend seamlessly into the incoming U.S. “We’d like to work together with the U.S. Half a day later the paper had deleted the post, but only after it was liked and retweeted thousands of times. The paper’s four-letter post, which immediately went viral, also featured a laughing-crying emoji. “The U.S. China’s president has vowed to unify Taiwan with his country, by force if necessary. Mr. JapanJapan’s recently-installed prime minister Yoshihide Suga also tweeted “warm congratulations” to Mr. I very much look forward to working with you for our shared values.— 문재인 (@moonriver365) November 8, 2020

The U.S. Trump would be re-elected. Local reports suggest a Biden White House could usher a return to more typical relations, with little expectation that Suga would visit Washington until next year. 🇨🇳 https://t.co/JHN0xCxmT9— Ramy Inocencio 英若明 (@RamyInocencio) November 8, 2020

By responding to Mr. Beijing implied it would deal similarly with whichever party occupies the White House from January 20. On Monday, Suga continued his praise. Warm congratulations to @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Biden by replying to a tweet he posted in January, praising her own re-election in a landslide vote. election. Our alliance is strong and the bond between our two countries is rock-solid. He said Mr. Get Breaking News Delivered to Your Inbox

“Our resolve to protect the country’s sovereignty, security and development benefits will not waver,” said Wang. “Japan and the U.S. @CBSNews is here. President Donald Trump and President-elect Joe Biden at a news stand in Beijing, China, November 9, 2020. 01:33

Beijing — U.S. are allies that share universal values such as liberty and democracy,” Suga said. #ICYMI.👇🏽 It had been liked and retweeted tens of thousands of times. political system is in degradation, which has caused strong repercussions in Western public opinion,” wrote Hu Xijin, Editor-in-chief of the populist, patriotic tabloid Global Times, in a Monday op-ed.  Even after he’s gone, the political legacy he leaves behind will be difficult to eliminate.”

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For its 1.4 billion citizens, Beijing has spun the U.S.’ initial post-election uncertainty amid slow vote-counting into a narrative that bolsters the government’s position: that China’s Communist Party is far more organized and less divisive than the U.S.’ democratic process. Administration and progress further.”
Congratulations to @JoeBiden and @KamalaHarris. Chinese state media “People’s Daily,” @PDChina, just deleted its tweet trolling @realDonaldTrump saying “Haha🤣.” Screengrabbed it when I saw it 12 hours ago. “We hope the new U.S. Some analysts believe the Kim Jong Un regime might have preferred a win by President Trump. Biden and Harris, and was one of Asia’s first leaders to do so.  “I look forward to working with you to further strengthen the Japan-US Alliance and ensure peace, freedom, and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond,” said Suga. The reactions ranged from government caution in China, calculated reminders of friendships and alliances from Taiwan, South Korea and Japan, and national pride in India linked to Harris’ half-South Asian heritage.Allies expect Biden to re-engage on crises from climate to nuclear standoffs ChinaChina’s official reaction has been most notable for who has not congratulated Mr. I look forward to working with you to further strengthen the Japan-US Alliance and ensure peace, freedom, and prosperity in the Indo-Pacific region and beyond.— 菅 義偉 (@sugawitter) November 7, 2020

The prime minister’s quick move came as no surprise, as Japan has stood as a political, military and economic bastion in Asia against China as the strongest country-level ally of the U.S. democracy — and President Trump, suggesting he had done lasting damage to U.S.-Chinese ties.