On the surface, this U.S. election is based on "pro-Chuan vs. anti-Chuan", but in fact it is a confrontation between the fair trade faction and the global establishment. The global establishment upholds the idea of multilateralism and opposes Trump's foreign policy of abandoning international organizations and focusing on bilateral negotiations. The global establishment believes that a policy of engagement with China should be adhered to and diplomatic means should be used to induce China to abide by the International Law.
But in the past 30 years of practice, China has devoured major international organizations. Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus, Director-General photo background removing of the WHO, and the entry of dictatorial countries into the Human Rights Council are examples of China's in turn hijacking international organizations. Tech giants and biotech giants have massively supported the Democratic Party in this election because they covet the Chinese market and low-cost labor environment, as well as China's unscrupulous international influence. Under the leadership of the pro-China big business and Biden and Blinken's policy of engagement, after the Democratic Panda faction takes full power, China's political, economic and military power will expand rapidly.
Since the semiconductor and information and communication industries that China cares about most are expected to be lifted, Taiwan, which has the advantage of high-tech manufacturing, will not have a negative impact on the economy, but may be short-term positive. However, for a long time, China will allow China to hunt for technology and develop the infrastructure of various countries. China will use this economic power to endow the People's Liberation Army with huge war resources, and the risk of war in the Taiwan Strait will be extremely high within ten years. Although the U.S. has great national strength, there is no need to worry about China threatening the security of the U.S. homeland. However, the weak domestic friction and the vagueness of the U.S. strategy are likely to make the Indo-Pacific allies headed by Japan in a dilemma.