Emmanuel Macron Warns Over China Dominance In Indo-Pacific


No country can be allowed to dominate the Indo-Pacific, the leaders of France and Australia said Wednesday, as regional capitals fret over the rise of an increasingly assertive China.

French President Emmanuel Macron said the two nations — alongside fellow democracy India — had a responsibility to protect the region from “hegemony” — a veiled reference to Beijing’s growing might.

“What’s important is to preserve rules-based development in the region… and to preserve necessary balances in the region.  “It’s important with this new context not to have any hegemony,” he added through an interpreter.  Read More…

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