The Hole in Biden’s China Strategy: Central Asia | WSJ

The Hole in Biden’s China Strategy: Central Asia | WSJ
Kazakh President Kassym-Jomart Tokayev speaks in Nur-Sultan, Kazakhstan, Sept. 1, 2020.PHOTO: KAZAKHSTAN’S PRESIDENTIAL PRESS/ZUMA PRESS

The brewing competition between the U.S. and China is the defining conflict of the 21st century. The White House’s recent Interim National Security Strategic Guidance Document, crafted to convey President Biden’s vision for how America will engage with the world, is all about the U.S. vs. China. Yet it fails to mention the region where America has its lightest footprint on the planet: Central Asia.

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