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How to Deal with the War Machine? China’s Narratives and Policies After NATO’s Summit in Vilnius

The recently concluded NATO summit has reinforced Chinese authorities’ belief that the Alliance activity with partners in the Indo-Pacific is part of the US hegemonic interests. In an effort to counter this, China is developing a narrative of NATO as a destabilizing actor while strengthening its military capabilities, including in cooperation with foreign partners. 

NATO Turns Its Gaze to China

The threat posed by China to NATO countries is growing due to China’s cooperation with Russia, the two powers’ ambition to remodel the international order and the risk of destabilization in the Indo-Pacific.